4th AMENDMENT MINI: Safford V. Redding (2009)

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Does the Fourth Amendment prohibit school officials from strip searching students?

NOTE: T.L.O. Mini = COMING SOON!



SOURCES:

Safford v. Redding (2009)

Does the Fourth Amendment prohibit school officials from strip searching students suspected of possessing drugs in violation of school policy?

SAFFORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 ET AL. v. REDDING

= The official “syllabus” — In other words, the “decision” of the Supreme Court.  It tells us what all the Justices think about the issues before the court (in both the “opinion” and the “dissent”).

“[Redding]’s subjective expectation of privacy against such a search is inherent in her account of it as embarrassing, frightening, and humiliating.”
~ Justice David Souter

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

Thanks to the amazing Meg Mott for guidance & collaboration!

Thanks to Putney Public Library for hosting Constitution+Comics Workshop.

Thanks to my patrons for making this work possible.

This work is PATRON-POWERED!

Published by Marek

Cartoonist, musician, teacher.

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