NY1: REP in a bathroom with door closed but unlocked

A person in a bathroom without a lock on the door with the door shut has a reasonable expectation of privacy. Police opening the door violated that expectation. People v. Vinson, 2018 NY Slip Op 03437, 2018 N.Y. App. Div. LEXIS 3400 (1st Dept. May 10, 2018).

While defendant was constitutionally entitled to warnings of his rights for a blood test, his constant interruptions of the officer waived. State v. Moore, 2018 MT 110, 2018 Mont. LEXIS 146 (May 8, 2018).

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