United States v. Hamilton, No. 2:11CR13-HEH, 2011 WL 1366481 (E.D. Va. Apr. 11, 2011)

Key Insight: Employer?s policy notifying employees that there should be no expectation of privacy as to information ?sent, received, accessed, or stored? on work computer served to negate reasonable expectation of privacy for purposes of fourth amendment and to negate marital privilege as to emails stored on employee?s computer, even where those emails were sent at a time when no use policy was in place

Nature of Case: Criminal indictment

Electronic Data Involved: Email

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