Resonable Expectation Of Privacy

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Resonable Expectation Of Privacy (legal Standard)

  1. the veil of legal protection that exists when one is bent over a public toilet
  2. the gift a person who gets caught breaking the law by propositioning a policeman can expect from the ACLU

"Resonable Expectation Of Privacy"
is a part of's dictionary, "Watch What You Say". For the full dictionary, click here.

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