MN: REP in hotel registry information under state constitution

A hotel customer has a reasonable expectation of privacy in the hotel’s registry information about the customer from government intrusion, at least with reasonable suspicion under the state constitution. The statute permitting inspection is constitutional with this limitation. The officer’s warrantless search of the hotel registry here was an unreasonable search. State v. Leonard, 2020 Minn. LEXIS 284 (May 13, 2020).

Defendant consented to a video reenactment of an occurrence, and it wasn’t a violation of the Fourth or Fifth Amendment. Wahl v. State, 2020 Ind. App. LEXIS 200 (May 12, 2020).*

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