Jail Strip-Search Ruling Subject to Exceptions, U.S. Judge Says

, New Jersey Law Journal


A U.S. Supreme Court holding that jailhouse strip searches are generally acceptable does not foreclose all claims of impropriety, such as one by a woman allegedly searched while pregnant.

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    There have always been some constitutional concerns when it comes to prisoner searches. This has always been a contentious issue and this is the latest turf battle in the war between protecting people from abuse and protecting people from danger. This may possibly go all the way to the Supreme Court.

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