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Supreme Court / Search and Seizure Cases #159078

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 28, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(Supreme Court: Tim O'Brien) Supreme Court cases on the constitutionality of random drug testing for public school athletes and of police identification during searches reviewed; details given of the Washington state case. [Young plaintiff James ACTON, Vernonia school system attorney Timothy VOLPERT - comment.] The responses of Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Justice Stephen Breyer to the arguments for privacy put forth by the plaintiff's attorney quoted on screen. [Attorney Thomas CHRIST - comments.] Boston case in which police broke into the wrong apartment and precipitated the man's death reviewed. [Suspected drug dealer Charlene WILSON - says she was afraid of the search.] (Artist: Carole Kabrin)

Crier, Catherine;
O'Brien, Tim

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