Standing: to object to the legality of a search a person must have his own reasonable expectation of privacy with respect to the place searched or the items seized; totality of the circumstances determination; person has a legitimate expectation of privacy anytime: he owned or had a right to possession of the place searched, the place searched was his home (regardless of ownership or right to possess), or he was an overnight guest of owner of place searched; you do not have an expectation of privacy in things held out to the public: sound of your voice, style of your handwriting, bank accounts, location of you car, things seen across open fields or from public air space, odors from luggage, garbage by curb