Sep 102015
 September 10, 2015  Court, Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Matt Miller reports:

Officials of a Pennsylvania college didn’t violate the privacy rights of a student when they searched her dorm room and found marijuana that led to her conviction for drug dealing, a state court panel ruled Wednesday.

The Superior Court decision nixes a lawsuit Kylie Walk filed against Alvernia College – now Alvernia University – over the December 2007 search that landed her in Berks County Court.

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