Jul 062012
 July 6, 2012  Posted by  Court, U.S., Workplace

FourthAmendment.com alerts us to this workplace-related case:

An elementary school teacher who showed up at work with the smell of alcohol about her person was reasonable suspicion not probable cause. Under the reasonableness special needs standard, a Breathalyzer test was reasonable because elementary school teachers have a reduced expectation of privacy at work.

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