If filming is done in a public place where a defendant does not have a right of privacy and if a witness verifies that the tape is a reliable reproduction of the events that occurred, the tape is ordi

If filming is done in a public place where a defendant does not have a right of privacy and if a witness verifies that the tape is a reliable reproduction of the events that occurred, the tape is ordinarily admissible as evidence. Do you agree with the commonly held position that if you are in public, you have no general sense of an expectation of privacy? Why or why not? Come up with at least three points in favor of and against that position.

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