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Civil Rights – Reasonable suspicion backed strip search (access required)

Where corrections officials who were tipped off that an inmate with a history of attempting to smuggle contraband into prison might be planning to do it again stripped searched his visitor, the search was upheld because the officials, who witnessed the visitor making furtive movements, had reasonable suspicion to suspect she might be trying to ...

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