Create Security From Peeping Tom’s With Residential Window Tinting
Did you know that there have been court cases about the privacy factor of being in one’s home and the mandate for unlawful search and seizure? In Map vs. Ohio, there was actually a man who was doing something inappropriate in his living room and when a mother saw what he was doing through the window had him arrested. That case went all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States and ended up ruling in favor of Map, because the police did not have the right to arrest him based on the testimony of a mother walking outside of his house.
This is the primary case that sets the precedent for expectation of privacy in residential home. What can you take away from this? Well to start with, don’t be doing inappropriate things in your house with the curtains open! But the main point to take away from this is that every homeowner has an expectation of privacy in his or her own home, and one of the ways you can ensure this remains the case is by having residential window tinting installed to help maintain that privacy. It’s a smart choice, as well as your legal right to do so.
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