Police officers have no constitutional ‘right of privacy’ in records of their official misconduct Aug 052014 August 5, 2014 Court, Workplace Eugene Volokh writes: Should be pretty obvious, I think, but it had to be litigated. From Chasnoff v. Mokwa (Mo. Cir. Ct. June 11, 2014)… Read more on WaPo The Volokh Conspiracy. Related Posts:The dark side of privacyMan ordered to take down police officer’s name and…Court Rejects Claim of a First Amendment Right to…Smith v. Maryland as a good first-order estimate of…Does the federal computer hacking law apply to a… Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.