Pennsylvania Prisoners' Privacy not Unlawfully Invaded by Mayor's Monitoring Their Cells via Video Camera from His Home
On appeal, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania held that the prisoners had no expectation of privacy while in their cells, and that the images of them in their cells had not been made public. Thus, the Court found no unlawful invasion of their privacy and affirmed the trial court's dismissal of their cases. See: DeBlasio v. Pignoli, 918 A.2d 822(2007).
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DeBlasio v. Pignoli
|Cite||918 A.2d 822 (2007)|
|Level||State Court of Appeals|