strip-search


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strip-search

a search that involves stripping a person naked
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and M.Y., who were strip-searched by the female police officer, were insolent, apparently implying that they deserved mistreatment or a strip-search.
4 ( ANI ): The US State Department has reportedly warned that a video circulating on the web purporting to show an Indian diplomat being strip-searched is a dangerous hoax and may further escalate tensions between the US and India after Devyani Kobaragade case.
holdings are inapposite to the debate over postarrest strip-search
As Justice Stephen Breyer noted in a dissent, strip-searches are "a serious affront to human dignity and to individual privacy" that should be used only for good reason.
Police strip-searched 10 pupils at John Port School, an academy in Etwall, Derbys, rated "outstanding" by Ofsted.
The application of the standard to the school's decision to strip-search Savana Redding demonstrates not only that it has substance, but also that it is not intended as a makeweight that effectively hides total deferral to unfettered discretion of school administrators.
Citing other 1st Circuit decisions that go back to 1985, the court held that the few seconds that the officer observed the naked inmate amounted to a strip-search because the court defined a strip-search as a "visual inspection of the naked body." (6)
On appeal, the city did not contest the district court's ruling that its strip-search policy was clearly unconstitutional.
The organization said acting principal Charmaine Balsillie ordered several teachers to strip-search all of the gym students.
After the date of Bettie's execution had been set, prison officials wouldn't let her use the toilet in the visitor's building and were going to strip-search, handcuff, and march her back to her cell, then reverse the process.