What is the legal definition, in Criminal Law, of the term ''Legal expectation of privacy''?
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Re: Legal definition
To over-generalize, if you have a real expectation of privacy in a place, there are restrictions on the police's ability to intrude, search, and seize items from that place (i.e. you have a great expectation of privacy in your home).
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