I remember in the second session of class, my professor brought up privacy and asked us what’s intrusive. He asked us if there was a better way to suppress evidence instead of just relying on the exclusion rule. The exclusionary states that any evidence that was acquired unlawfully must be suppressed during trial. It was really hard just thinking about making up a better rule then the one accepted in today’s society. I enjoy the challenging questions but sometimes I wish I had more experience so I’m able to give a good answer. He brought up a good trend that I didn't see in the right to privacy amendment. As time goes on and technology gets more advanced, the originalists of the constitution say that all these sense enhancing technology that give people an advantage in seeing hearing or feeling more than the average man, does not fall under the fourth amendment. That’s happening because in present day, a lot of people say for a search to happen it has to be physical and not in any other form.
Later, I went with my roommate to Katz Deicatessen to get a pastrami sandwich and it was really worth the wait. It was so delicious that now that I think of it, I’m glad I took the time out of my day to visit this specific restaurant. My friend had to tell me that this was the place where a scene from “When Harry Met Sally”. Such a good day, I’m glad I’m managing my time better then I was when I got here.