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CB Safford unified School District v. Redding

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Safford Unified School District #1 v. Redding 129 S.Ct. 2633 (2009) Fact: Procedural Facts: Operative Facts: Savana was a 13 year old middle school student who was suspected of having prescription drugs on her. The nurse (Peggy Schwallier) strip searched her, exposing part of her private areas. Nothing was found. The Assistant Principle (Kerry Wilson) ordered the search, and the Admin. Assistant (Helen Romero) helped out. Also had a planner that belonged to Savana that contained several knives, permanent marker, cigarette, and lighters. The Ass. Principle also had been informed by other students that they were receiving medication from Savana. Marissa Glines was her friend, who she had lent the planner to lastwas also strip searched, and they found nothing from the strip search. The emptying of her pockets produced evidence though. They found a lot of pills in Marissa’s holding, and a razor blade. Jordan Romero was the school’s informant (maybe has a relationship to Helen Romero?).
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  • Spring '11
  • Sobel
  • Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Searches and seizures, amendment rights, Safford Unified School, Helen Romero

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