Sep 282011
 
 September 28, 2011  Court, Surveillance, Workplace

Eugene Driscoll reports:

Law and labor experts said Derby Middle School principal’s Sally Bonina’s search of an employee’s computer bag was legal — but warned the criminal case against a middle school dean isn’t necessarily open and shut.

“There are issues that can be brought up on both sides as to the admissibility of the drugs that were seized,” said George R. Dekle, a legal skills professor at the University of Florida.

Read more on Valley Independent Sentinel. Driscoll does a really nice job of reporting on this case and tying it to the legal issues – including a relevant U.S. Supreme Court decision.

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