Doe v. Little Rock School District

This case required the court to decide whether the practice of the Little Rock School District that subjects secondary public school students to random, suspicionless searches of their persons and belongings by school officials is unconstitutional. The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals held that such searches violate the students’ fourth amendment rights because they unreasonably invade their legitimate expectations of privacy.

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