us-supreme-court3 In an almost unanimous decision (8-1), the Supreme Court ruled that a public school violated a 13-year-old student’s 4th Amendment rights for executing a humiliating strip search with basically no evidence for something as silly as ibuprofen, better know by its street name: Advil. Well they didn’t find any and despite the court’s findings, the school officials involved in the illegal rights violating action will not be held liable. Justices also left a lot of ambiguity that doesn’t necessarily rule out future strip searches. |SCOTUSwiki|