There is a reasonable expectation of privacy in medical records; search warrant required – Ohio court

John Wesley Hall writes:

There is a reasonable expectation of privacy in medical records under Ferguson supported by McNeely. While statute may waive doctor-patient privilege, it does not waive the reasonable expectation of privacy. State v. Little, 2014-Ohio-4871, 2014 Ohio App. LEXIS 4743 (3d Dist. November 3, 2014).

Read excerpts from the court’s opinion on FourthAmendment.com.

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