A student was arrested and put in jail for speaking out against a school policy; he was charged with harassment.
A search that may have been unlawful or unconstitutional at a Ga. h.s. has resulted in the indictment of a sheriff on sexual battery charges.
What makes a pat-down search constitutional during a traffic stop? Not the strong smell of marijuana, at least not in Maryland.
A teacher who changed in his classroom for after-school activities was videotaped by the school; he can’t sue them under the 4th or 14th Amendment.
A bill that has cleared the Ariz. state senate would allow the gov’t to seize the property of people associated with a protest if the protest damaged property.
A student was allegedly strip searched in N.Y., based on 3 students who said she was carrying drugs. She wasn’t. Now she’s suing the school.
A Minnesota schools says a transgender girl on the basketball team can change in the girls’ locker room, but some groups say it violates privacy for other girls.
A 7-year-old boy, allegedly handcuffed by a police officer in a Kansas City elementary school for crying, is suing the school district.
When police need to know what’s on someone’s iPhone, Apple might refuse to unlock it. But some circumstances make a search of the phone’s data possible.
A protest over police shooting of black people turned violent in Dallas, but the nation is now engrossed in a conversation about police-community relations.