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Appeals Court Throws Out Woman's Drug Conviction Because of Strip Search Conducted on the Side of a Busy Highway
Appeals Court Throws Out Woman's Drug Conviction Because of Strip Search Conducted on the Side of a Busy Highway

The Fourth Amendment grants the right to be free from unreasonable searches. Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals recently made an important ruling in a case dealing with whether the physical search of a woman in daylight hours on the side of a busy highway was proper. The ...

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  • Accused Child Sex Abuser's Reputation for Good Dealings with Students Not Relevant, court says

    In a Maryland child sex abuse case, the accused’s reputation for appropriate interactions with children under their care is not a pertinent character ...

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