The U.S. Supreme Court

WASHINGTON (CNN) — A 13-year-old Arizona girl who was strip-searched by school officials looking for ibuprofen pain reliever will have her case heard at the Supreme Court.

The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether school officials were right to strip-search a student over ibuprofen.

The justices accepted the case Friday for review. They will decide whether a campus setting gives school administrators greater discretion to control students suspected of illegal activity than police are allowed in cases involving adults in public spaces.

Arguments are expected to be heard in April.

Samuel “It is oaky to search 13 year old girls if you think they have drugs on them’ Alito will write the opinion for a 5-4 decision over turning the Appeals Court. Steavens will write the decent. I bet’ya

I wonder what Uncle Paul and Uncle Bob might say about this and Uncle Maxie would give silent approval to whatever they said.

My cousin 4 times removed (The daughter of a deceased cousin of my maternal grandfather) married a man 46 years of age, she was 13 at that time. The gentleman intended to marry her mother but she refused and told him to marry the daughter. My records indicate this took place on May 22, 1919 in Hart County Kentucky. Thing are little different 90 years later.

Author: harold