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 June 21, 2018  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Tim Cushing reports:

It’s assumed (wrongly) that minors have few, if any, Constitutional rights.


Minors do have rights. They’re subject to more limitations but they’re far from nonexistent. But that doesn’t stop prosecutors, cops, and school officials from pretending “limited” equals “zero.” A case highlighted by FourthAmendment.com shows a court pushing back against this assumption, which took the form of an overly-invasive probation condition slapped on a minor following a search of the student which uncovered a small knife, rolling papers, and a lighter.

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