Mar 122019
 March 12, 2019  Posted by  Court, Healthcare, Surveillance, U.S.

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Officers did not need a search warrant to enter her hospital room to talk to her about her still birth or whether she killed the fetus. There was no reasonable expectation of privacy at the time of the entry. She also objectively consented to the officers remaining there and talking to her.
In re M.S., 2019 Cal. App. LEXIS 203 (2d Dist. Mar. 11, 2019):


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