Do Those under Investigation by Law Enforcement Agencies have a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy?

On 15 May 2020, the Court of Appeal of England and Wales clarified that, as a matter of general principle, individuals being investigated by law enforcement agencies have a reasonable expectation of privacy up to the point of charge.  The fact that a person is under investigation can therefore only be reported in the media where that reporting is in the public interest. 

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