- she had had no experience with this class of individuals whatsoever, and did not know the salacity and humour of the theatrical tribe
- Justice Sotomayor asked Richland about a hypothetical scenario in which a sergeant knew that various officers engaged in sexually explicit texting with romantic partners and decided to look at the transcripts out of sheer salacity . " Does that officer have any expectation of privacy that his boss won't just listen in out of prurient interest ? " Richland answered that the motive of the examiner should not affect a privacy expectation . " [ W ] hen the filthy-minded police chief listens in, it's a very bad thing, but it's not it's not offending your right of privacy, " concluded Justice Antonin Scalia.