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  • #16
    George just curious, if on scene a videocamera was found wouldnt you want that to go to the hospitol so the doctors could have a little more insight as far as exposure time and nature of the burns? If that was the case would they need a warrant as well?

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    • #17
      No. That argument wouldn't hold water in court. The chances that evidence pertinent to someone's medical treatment is on that camera would probably notoutweigh the person's expectation of privacy. Besides, the only way that you would know would be to look at it yourselves prior to transport. And the courts would most likely hold that the fire department were agents of the state.

      It is far more common for you to come into contact with this type of situation post-MVA. Kids today take great pleasure in videotaping their criminal escapades. I have a video of a group of ten kids who set fire to a garage and threatened to kill a witness. They video'd the whole thing. They are motivated by shows like Jack ***.

      I didn't mean to hijack the thread, Ijust saw an opportunity to enlighten people and avoid a possible probelem for someone later on.
      PROUD, HONORED AND HUMBLED RECIPIENT OF THE PURPLE HYDRANT AWARD - 10/2007.

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      • #18
        Interesting, thanks

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