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Privacy

A young woman plausibly claimed that a juvenile correctional officer violated her right to privacy by watching her shower multiple times while she was in custody, the Ninth Circuit ruled.

SAN FRANCISCO – A young woman plausibly claimed that a juvenile correctional officer violated her right to privacy by watching her shower multiple times while she was in custody, the Ninth Circuit ruled.

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