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Corp randomurinetestingprogramforstudentathletes

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Unformatted text preview: ing to artificially enhance athletic performance and is similar to gene therapy which alters a person’s DNA to fight disease Produce hormones to improve endurance, muscle strength and size and to recover faster from injury. Therapeutic Use Exemption Legitimate reason for using a drug which appears of the Prohibited List Rigid standards for granting athletes therapeutic use exemptions which involve approval from certified doctors Interscholastic (HS) Environment Interscholastic (HS) Environment New Jersey v. T.L.O. School authorities may conduct personal searches of a student and their belongings without a warrant as long as there is a reasonable suspicion that the student is concealing something detrimental to the school Schaill v. Tippecanoe County Sch. Corp. Random urine testing program for student athletes was acceptable if students wanted to participate in athletics Allowed to explain failed drug test; suspended if failed to do so Interscholastic (HS) Environment Interscholastic (HS) Environment Vernonia Sch. Dist. v. Acton Suspicionless and random drug testing for student­ athletes acceptable especially since student­athletes have lower expectation of privacy than general population Todd v. Rush Cnty. Schls. All students, not just student­athletes, had to consent to random and suspicionless urine tests was acceptable Common locker rooms and showers; minimally intrusi...
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