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No. 86-684.Argued January 11, 1988Decided May 16, 1988
“A trash bag, like any of the above-mentioned containers, "is a commonrepository for one's personal effects" and, even more than many of them, is"therefore . . . inevitably associated with the expectation of privacy."Sanders, supra, at 762 (citing Chadwick, supra, at 13). "[A]lmost everyhuman activity ultimately manifests itself in waste products . . . ."
, 510 P.2d 793, 798 (Alaska), cert. denied, 414 U.S. 1086 (1973). See
California v. Rooney
, 483 U.S. 307, 320 -321, n. 3 (1987) (WHITE, J.,dissenting) (renowned archaeologist Emil Haury once said, "[i]f you want toknow what is really going on in a community, look at its garbage") (quotedby W. Rathje, Archaeological EthnographyBecause Sometimes It IsBetter to Give Than to Receive, in Explorations in Ethnoarchaeology 49, 54(R. Gould ed. 1978));
Weberman, The Art of Garbage Analysis: You AreWhat You Throw Away, 76 Esquire 113 (1971) (analyzing trash of various celebrities and drawing conclusions about their private lives).
A single bag of trash testifies eloquently to the eating, reading, andrecreational habits of the person who produced it. A search of trash, like asearch of the bedroom, can relate intimate details about sexual practices,health, and personal hygiene. Like riffling through desk drawers or intercepting phone calls, rummaging through trash can divulge the target'sfinancial and professional status, political affiliations and inclinations,private thoughts, personal relationships, and romantic interests. It cannotbe doubted that a sealed trash bag harbors telling evidence of the "intimateactivity associated with the `sanctity of a man's home and the privacies of life,'" which the Fourth Amendment is designed [486 U.S. 35, 51] to protect.
Oliver v. United States
, 466 U.S. 170, 180 (1984) (quoting Boyd v. UnitedStates, 116 U.S. 616, 630 (1886)). See also
United States v. Dunn
, 480U.S. 294, 300 (1987).A.J. Weberman is mentioned in 218 books about Bob Dylan or aboutgarbage. See
In deciding if California is the proper forum to try a celebrity stalker fromanother state who has no business dealings or residence in California andhas not it should be taken into account California is the State most knownfor Hollywood and celebrity. In the 1950’s Hollywood was at the forefront of destroying traditional American morality wherein celebrities would divorce