New Jersey vs TLO by maclaren1

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									New Jersey
      vs. T.L.O.
       By.
  Melissa Marquez
            &
  Dominique Sellers
     On The Humorous Side
 CASE STUDIES TAKE
THE FACTS OF A
PERSON, GROUP, OR
THING AND GATHER
INFORMATION FOR THE
PURPOSE OF Studying A
PERSON OR GROUPS
PHYSICAL, MENTAL, OR
SOCIAL CONDITIONS.
Case studies are
significant because
they can be applied
in the real world.
    OVERVIEW OF CASE-
SUMMARY
 14 YEAR –OLD GIRL
 JERSEY
 HIGH SCHOOL
 SMOKING IN THE GIRLS
  BATHROOM
 PRINCIPAL CAUGHT HER
  SMOKING
 FOUND MARIJUANA
  AND OTHER DRUG
  PARAPHERNALIA
  WHO, WHERE, AND WHEN
T.L.O. WAS SMOKING
IN THE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
 BATHROOM
IN 1985
    Importance or significance
   a 14 year-old name t.l.o. got caught smoking in
    the girl bathroom.
   She got accused of smoking in the girl
    bathroom.
   Even got burst with marijuana and
    paraphernalia drugs
   personal point of view
Similar to the tinker case regarding a fight
for rights
It was fair because she got caught smoking
and that’s against the law: not to smoke in
school.
I will not do it in the first place.
Smoking is bad for you; it will also mess up your
lungs.
She needs to go to jail because of that
              Questions Forum
1.   Why was the body search of T.L.O
     unconstitutional even though the school
     officials were acting in loco parents?
2.   Did the search violate any Amendments? If
     so, which ones did they violate and why?
3.   What did the principal find in T.L.O’s pure
     in order to implicate/suspect her use of drugs?
                  Glossary
   Implicate: to claim or show to be involved,
    as in a crime
   In loco parents: in place of your parents
   Paraphernalia: a personal belongings
•   New Jersey v. T.L.O. (1985) [83-712]
•   New Jersey vs. T.L.O.
•   T.L.O. CASE - Google Image Search
•   MARIJUANA - Google Image Search

								
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