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Question: Dasey was employed as a state trooper


Dasey was employed as a state trooper by the Massachusetts Department of State Police. In his employment application, Dasey stated that he had not used illegal drugs during the previous five years. Later, during an unrelated homicide investigation, a videotape surfaced that depicted Dasey smoking marijuana. Dasey was fired for lying on his application. He filed a lawsuit alleging, among other things, that he had been denied his right to privacy. Has Dasey’s privacy been invaded, and will Dasey be successful in his lawsuit? [Dasey v. Anderson et al., 304 F.3d 148 (Fed. 1st Cir. 2002)]
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2.99

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