Student Search and Seizure Case
A case study of a hypothetical situation in which a student was searched and arrested at school for possession of cocaine and a comparison with real life cases of the same nature.
# 95820 | 1,074 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2007 |
Published on Jun 03, 2007 in English (Argument) , Law (Historic Trials) , Psychology (Alcohol and Drugs) , Criminology (Juvenile Justice)
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This three page paper analyzes the constitutionality of searches and seizures in schools. The writer explores a hypothetical case in which a student was searched and arrested when a cocaine pipe was found in her coat pocket. It then applies real life cases to the argument that the search of the hypothetical student at school, was illegal.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Czubaj, Camilia Anne (1995) A legal analysis of school searches. Journal of Education
- T.L.O. v New Jersey State (accessed 10-31-06) http://www.tourolaw.edu/patch/NewJersey/
- Urbonya, Kathryn R. (2001) Determining reasonableness under the Fourth Amendment: physical force to control and punish students. Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy
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