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Reflect on the reading of the Redding case. Create chart as to reasonableness.
Facts Making the Search Unreasonable must be more than Facts Making the Search Reasonable.
Length: 1 pages (288 Words)
The Redding case, Safford Unified School District v. Redding, 557 U.S. 364 (2009), is an ideal case where the reasonable vs unreasonable argument is well represented. According to Court’s decision, the school violated the Fourth Amendment rights of Savana Redding by carrying out the strip search. This was done after the first search of Savana’s bag failed to produce anything. The following is a reflection of the reading of the Redding case. The chart below compares the facts that make the chart reasonable versus the facts that make the search unreasonable.