OH9: No 4A right that RS is needed to run a license plate number

There is no Fourth Amendment right for the officer to have reasonable suspicion to run one’s license plate because there is no reasonable expectation of privacy in it. State v. Moore, 2018-Ohio-5223, 2018 Ohio App. LEXIS 5527 (9th Dist. Dec. 26, 2018).

The NMI constitutional right of privacy is not implicated in a medical malpractice action. Elameto v. Commonwealth of the N. Mariana Islands, 2018 MP 15, 2018 N. Mar. I. LEXIS 15 (Dec. 27, 2018).*

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