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COA: Cops invade no expectation of privacy by looking into yard visible from road

State v. Adam Blaine Anderson, 2018AP718, 7/23/19, District 3 (one-judge decision; ineligible for publication); case activity (including briefs) A sheriff’s deputy saw Anderson, who had an outstanding warrant, in the yard of an a acquaintance with whom he was staying. Specifically, the sheriff saw him by means of a live surveillance video; they’d installed a […]
Source: WI Public Defenders – On Point
COA: Cops invade no expectation of privacy by looking into yard visible from road