Helisek V. Dearborn Public Schools Case Study

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In the case of Helisek v Dearborn Public Schools, the court should find in favor of the plaintiff. The facts of the case, according to text: “School officials suspected that a teacher was stealing money from students. Two video cameras were hidden in the office that several teachers use and change clothes. The office is only accessible by walking through the boy's locker room. The cameras were actively recording in the office for 30 days. The teachers were not sure if anyone reviewed the recordings. The plaintiff discovered the cameras and sued the school for violation of privacy” (Walsh, 2013).

Every person or employee is entitled to their privacy by law. However, there are circumstances where the law is infringed. Surveillance cameras are