Court to hear case of teen strip-searched for ibuprofen - CNN.com You know, for all our screeching and wailing about the sexual violations that youth face, I'm quite baffled by the failure of our resident safety gurus to report on such an egregious violation...could it be that they're more concerned about puffs of smoke than the Constitution? For the record, New Jersey v. T.L.O. did establish that school officials only needed "reasonable suspicion" to search students while police may only temporarily detain public citizens with reasonable suspicion, and must fulfill a criterion of "probable cause" to arrest and search them. Regardless, after the dismal failure of Morse v. Frederick, I do hope that students' 4th Amendment rights will be affirmed by the Supreme Court. The only exception to this would be Clarence Thomas, who opposes student rights altogether, and believes that Tinker v. Des Moines should be overturned. So we shall see.