The defendant did not have an expectation of privacy in the attic space of a six unit rooming house that society would recognize as reasonable given his lack of control over the open attic located in a common area and unfettered public access to the interior of the building.
State v. Pierre
Connecticut Appellate Court
November 19, 2012
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