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Rural Avenue area neighbors start watch

September 11, 2013

Doug and Deb Pitt are tired of seeing drug paraphernalia in their neighborhood of the 1200 block of Rural Avenue and streets below such as High Street, Cemetery Street and Monroe Plac....

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Sep-11-13 7:12 AM

The legal term "invasion of privacy" refers primarily to a person's right to keep his or her life private and free from the intrusion of others

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Sep-11-13 7:19 AM

invasion of privacy n. the intrusion into the personal life of another, without just cause, which can give the person whose privacy has been invaded a right to bring a lawsuit for damages against the person or entity that intruded. However, public personages are not protected in most situations, since they have placed themselves already within the public eye, and their activities (even personal and sometimes intimate) are considered newsworthy, i.e. of legitimate public interest. However, an otherwise non-public individual has a right to privacy from: 1) intrusion on one's solitude or into one's private affairs; 2) public disclosure of embarrassing private information; 3)

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