Question: Jim Block CFE is investigating Randy Smith for his role
Jim Block, CFE, is investigating Randy Smith for his role in a potential kickback scheme. Gathering evidence about Randy’s financial activity has been difficult. While on a stakeout at Randy’s home, Jim sees Randy’s wife take out the garbage and place it on the curb. Jim steals the trash bag, sorts through its contents, and discovers multiple bank statements that provide detail of some of Randy’s illicit financial transactions. Is Jim’s acquirement of the bank statements legal even though there was no search warrant?
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