Can police search a backpack left at the hotel room? Reasonable Expectation of Privacy?
Manage episode 350385505 series 3389815
Holding that "because the hotel did not actually evict [the defendant], he maintained a reasonable expectation of privacy in his hotel room," and explaining that "[b]eing arrested is different from being evicted, and being arrested does not automatically destroy person's reasonable expectation of privacy in his hotel room."
Full case here: U.S. v. Young 573 F.3d 711 (9th Cir. 2009), https://casetext.com/case/us-v-young-313
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