Some people believe books should not be banned in schools/libraries but just because you do not like it does not mean it should be taken away, that is the authors freedom of speech. Also, some say that you should not be exposing bad behavior or language to students but in reality they hear and see these things everyday, and by banning a book, that is not protecting them. Writers have the freedom to write whatever they want and that is a part of the First Amendment, so why banned their book? “The First Amendment allows individuals to speak, publish, read and view what they wish, worship (or not worship) as they wish, associate with
A 6-3 vote in favor of New Jersey was all it took to strike down TLO’s request to suppress the evidence as well as her confession. In previous cases, courts have ruled that school officials were exempt from the restrictions put in place due to their need to enforce authority over their students. The Supreme Court decided that in this case, the exclusionary clause would apply to school officials. This means that because they’re school officials, they don’t have to have as many means to perform a search on the students because students should have a decreased expectation of privacy. Their decision meant that the evidence found in TLO’s purse along with her confession had to reason to be excluded because her 4th Amendment rights were not violated.
Finally students may not cause a serious disruption to the educational process. It is imperative that school administrators understand the underlying argument of property rights in relation to student’s school attendance. The school administrator represents the government, and as such must provide equal protection to all students to take advantage of this right. They also must understand the relevance of taking away an individual’s right without due process of the law, which is particularly relevant to suspensions and
This involves reviewing the high school’s gender and sexuality curriculum. Some policies included segregated colours for graduation robes based on biological gender and abstinence. How teachers and administrators act in regards to sexuality follows. A prominent example is when a teacher organized groups of students to create their own political parties for a class exercise. One group of students headed a party based on sex education.
Since the students merely advocated for change during the organized demonstrations, President Franklin had no grounds to violate the students’ First Amendment rights. Also, the lower court’s ruling that allowed the President the authority to ban any organization whose beliefs are inconsistent with the mission of the university was erred based on the decision of the Healy court that authorized students the ability to advocate for their concerns. Therefore, the Concerned White Men organization should be allowed to advocate for their beliefs, although they differ with the traditional beliefs of the University. Also, the “X-Men” organization should be allowed on campus because the previous court’s decision also gave group activities, such as an organized game like Assassin, constitutional
Harris also says, “the liberal commentariat seems to have no awareness of what “sell-trained” signifies.” He goes on to say that it includes and understanding of what to do and what not to do when the danger of shooting innocent bystanders exists. We should be aware also that only special permit holder can legally carry a weapon in public currently and all the people who can have true reason and/or have taken an appropriate class in order to do so. In Source C it is stated “School Safety: A Shared Responsibility” I couldn’t agree with this statement more. We as a country need to come together, no protests, no yelling, no riots, just come together a talk about a solution. A common middle ground that fits what everyone wants at least partly.
Justice Douglas wrote the opinion. “The decision by the court was to overturn the officers ' convictions based upon the finding that they were coerced under the threat of the loss of their positions as public employees, specifically as police officers. The officers had a vested interest in their jobs, as it was their livelihood. The decision, needless to say, put public entities on notice that, although they have the right to compel employees to give a truthful statement to authorities about their actions as public servants, they could not also use the statement against them in a criminal action. The officers were entitled to immunity, as is any public servant.” The Garrity warning is a protection that is utilized by many law enforcement officers each year.
In a New Jersey bathroom a teacher found two girls in the bathroom and immediately took them to the principal 's office. The one girl confessed of smoking but TLO,the other girl, wouldn’t admit to it. The principal demanded to search her purse. In the purse he found evidence that she was also dealing marijuana at school. The principal found a wad of money in the girl 's purse.
School officials are not allowed to conduct searches on students without probable cause; and random searches are not permissible according to The Fourth Amendment. The Fourth Amendment states that a person has the right to be secure in their homes, and personal effects and to prevent them against un-probable search cases. For example, these laws and policies affect school leaders decision-making procedures by stating that school leaders must have probable cause to conduct searches against students for specific incidents and locations including any property to be taken from the students. For example, in the case of New Jersey v T. L. O. (1985) addressed the issue of can a search by a school official be called a "search" based on the Fourth Amendment
Officers are mandatory to read the Miranda Rights to suspects before questioning. Miranda rights gives suspects an opportunity to not answer questions from the police and to be knowledgeable of their constitutional rights. After suspects hear their Miranda right they know that their answers will be used against them for evidence in the court room. The reason the government required the Miranda Rights law because suspects or not everyone has the constitutional rights and it 's up to the police to determine if the suspect is guilty. Miranda Rights isn 't necessary helping out guilty defendant, but it 's a better procedure to detain suspects without violating their constitutional rights.