at the view of someone—at the sight of smb.; on seeing a person:
- He tried not to laugh out loud at the view of his son dressed like a woman.
in the view of someone—
1. near enough to be seen by smb.:
- She stood in the view of everybody and uttered that strange prediction.
2. in the opinion of a person:
- In the view of the magistrate, the offence was not a serious one.