Unformatted text preview: undergarments to ensure there were no drugs was an unreasonable search. Note: Supreme Court has ruled that a search conducted under the justification of “somebody did it” is not a valid search. You cannot search everyone under the belief that someone did it. An example is; money is missing therefore I will search everyone in the classroom for the money. That type of search is not permissible....
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- Winter '11
- Supreme Court of the United States, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Searches New Jersey, search normal warrant