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September 26, 2013 at 10:30 AM

Oregon court upholds suspect’s privacy in restroom

The Associated Press PORTLAND — A suspect who ducks into a restroom to hide from the police is entitled to privacy from the officers, even when it’s apparent the suspect is just waiting them out, the Oregon Court of Appeals has ruled. The court said the decision was consistent with previous holdings that, “although ‘every man’s house…


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