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Juvenile Law: School Search-Reasonable Suspicion

Where a juvenile, who was convicted of the unlawful use of a weapon, argued that a search of his bag by school officials was unconstitutional, the judgment is affirmed because reasonable suspicion supported the search, and the search was reasonably related in scope to the circumstances that justified the search in the first place. Judgment is ...

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