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In Your Home

Reid Smith

When you’re out in public and people can see you, you don’t have any special right to privacy. At home, however, it’s a different story. The Fourth Amendment protects you against unreasonable searches, meaning that police cannot enter your home without your permission or a valid warrant. Everyone has a reasonable expectation of privacy at home, so long as you are not clearly visible or audible to people outside.

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