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2/6/08 Us v Armstrong pg 37 Conspire to sell crack cocaine Based on the suspects race they were singled out claimed defense No Katz v US Transmitting wagering information by telephone across state lines Police tapped phone booths with no warrant Is the phone booth a constitutionally protected area? Yes the phone booth is an area of reasonable expectation of privacy
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Unformatted text preview: Us v white Informant was wearing a wire for a sting operation Arrested for 2 narcotics violation Does the suspect have an expectation of privacy when talk to a fake (planted) friend? No If you don’t know the person you have no expectation of privacy...
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  • Spring '08
  • Reisner
  • criminal law, cocaine, Law enforcement terminology, Katz v. United States, Transmitting wagering information

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