Feb 242015
 
 February 24, 2015  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

I just love to see students stand up for their rights!

Olivia Carville reports:

In a precedent-setting decision, two Toronto high school students took their principal to court and won the battle against mandatory breath testing at prom.

The Northern Secondary School students petitioned the court after their principal, Ron Felsen, demanded compulsory breathalyzer tests at last year’s prom.

The Superior Court ruled in the students’ favour on Monday, stating mandatory breath testing would infringe on their constitutional rights.

Read more on Toronto Star.

Thanks to a Canadian reader who sent in this link.

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