Cal.2: Nest and surveillance camera on one’s own property to record ptfs’ loud parties didn’t violate their REP

Defendant’s cameras on their own property, including a Nest camera, that was intended to record plaintiffs’ loud parties did not invade their reasonable expectation of privacy, even if the Nest camera enhanced sound. Mezger v. Bick, 2021 Cal. App. LEXIS 550 (2d Dist. July 1, 2021).

“The record supports the conclusion that the officers had arguable probable cause to arrest Garang for the assault based on Graves’s identification of Garang as one of his attackers.” The Court of Appeals disagrees with the District Court that there is a factual dispute for trial. Ngong Kaw Garang v. City of Ames, 2021 U.S. App. LEXIS 19401 (8th Cir. June 30, 2021).*

“As noted, the district court’s failure to properly address the materiality of the factual disputes largely occurred in its Fourth Amendment seizure analysis, but the error also impacted its Fourth Amendment search and First Amendment retaliation analyses.” Watson v. Boyd, 2021 U.S. App. LEXIS 19400 (8th Cir. June 30, 2021).*

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