The case , Safford Unified School District v. Redding ( Case No. 08-479), presents two questions of keen interest to administrators: whether school officials went too far in strip-searching the student, and whether the official who ordered the search can.
Ohio's highest court has upheld a warrantless school search of a high school student's unattended book bag, ruling that such searches are justified by schools' obligation to keep students safe in the era of the Columbine and Sandy Hook campus attacks.
39;ஆஸ்திரேலிய அணிக்கு எதிரான ஆட்டத்தில் ஷிகர் தவான் ஆடாதது எங்களுக்கு சாதகமாகும்' என்று அந்த அணியின் சுழற்பந்து வீச்சாளர் ஆஷ்டன் அகர் .
And just as Mississippi has, Louisiana casino operators would like to start the ball rolling on sports betting if the U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of New Jersey in Christie v. NCAA ... Dec. 4 and could decide the case as early as April, said Sara.
நெப்போலியன் கதாநாயகனுக்கு தந்தையாக ஒரு முக்கிய வேடத்தில் நடிக்கிறார். அவருக்கு ஜோடியாக ஜெயப்ரதா நடிக்கிறார். இருவரும் .
Already, state attorneys general from 18 states and the governors of three others have thrown their support behind New Jersey and the NJTHA in an amicus brief, as have trade ... not just in a few states." The cases are Christie et al. v.
சமுக வலைதளப் பிரிவில் கூகிள் தொடர்ந்து தோல்வி அடைந்து வரும் காரணத்தால் பேஸ்புக் நிறுவனத்திற்குப் போட்டியாகவும், இளைஞர்கள் .
While a recent article published in the student newspaper, Radnorite, noted that “there is disagreement; it is just not public,” the assembly offered Radnor students the ability to better understand the purpose of the new policy and ask questions.
Although the fact pattern is somewhat unique, the decision restates and reaffirms the law in New York on judicial interpretation of restrictive covenants in employment agreements. ... Preliminarily, Castel rejected TransUnion's argument that REI's.
Darla Cole, the chief school resource officer in Lee County, told WRAL News she could not comment on the case . Lee County Superintendent Jeff Moss told the Sanford Herald that he can't discuss the specifics of the case , but school policy allows.
In a novel decision, a federal appeals court has ruled that a Kentucky school administrator's search of text messages on a student's cellphone was unreasonable and violated the student's rights under the Fourth Amendment. A panel of the U.S. Court of .