A bank customer who has not requested confidentiality does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in his or her name or address as a bank customer, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled in a case of first impression.

A three-judge panel reversed a Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge, holding that police who had obtained a defendant’s bank account number were not wrong to request his name and address from the bank without a warrant.

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