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    Searching students’ belongings should only be done if there is reasonable evidence that a student is breaking the rules set by the school, or has substances or weapons not allowed by the school. Over the years, administrators and teachers have been given more freedom to search student belonging without violating their 4th Amendment rights. The reason behind these searches is to protect the safety of others including the person we are searching. In this scenario, the decision of the teacher to search belongings would not be enough of a probable cause, unless the teacher has enough evidence that the scissors can be used as a weapon or to commit harm to themselves. From the sound of it, the scissors are not the ones we let the students use, but those of a teacher, which are a lot stronger and can actually cause some type of harm. Now, if the teacher believes that the scissors are taken to commit harm to others or themselves, I would say the teacher has enough evidence to search the student belongings, which includes their cubbies and backpacks. First, the teacher needs to let the students know she will performing a search and the reason behind the search. I would also advice the teacher to have another school personnel present during the search. Again, the teacher needs to have probable cause before searching students’…

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    He pursues Bob and follows him into an apartment building, where he places him under arrest and searches his pockets. This search in constitutional since he placed Bob under arrest before searching him for weapons or other items that could pose a risk. As Bob was fleeing Officer Casey noticed him throwing something into apartment 101. After he hands Bob over to Officer Edwards, Officer Casey opens the door to apartment 101. Inside he finds a handgun and notices an old odor of marijuana. Since he…

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    Roald Dahl’s “Lamb to the Slaughter” INTRODUCTION My analysis of Roald Dahl’s short story “Lamb to the Slaughter” reveals the murder of police detective Patrick Maloney. The story depicts a tale of a loyal wife’s reaction to her husband’s betrayal. The story is an irregular day in Mary’s regular life. She makes the day turn around by murdering her husband and smartly covering it up, leaving the detectives with no possible way to excuse “innocent” Mary of murder. This short story, we are taught…

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    research, Kuhlthau not only discovered the different ways in which a user is affected by searching for information, but also developed a six stage process detailing what transpires throughout the user 's approach to information seeking; from the initiation to the final presentation. This process includes: The initiation- the process begins. The selection- the general topic is chosen. The exploration- a user begins to browse general resources. The formulation- a user will begin to narrow their…

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    signed by a judge. There are certain variables that can allow an officer to work around that. Those two variables are probable cause or reasonable suspicion. Now both of these have two very different meanings however, they do tend to get confused and crossed. Probable cause accurse when the officer has an adequate reason to arrest someone, conduct a search, or seize property related to an alleged crime. While Reasonable suspicion is more than a hunch that a crime is being committed, but doesn’t…

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    Have you ever lost something in your room; frantically searching, you realize minutes later that it was in your hand, on your head, or in your pocket the whole time? You could have found it earlier, but it was the search that distracted you from what you were truly looking for. This sense of being lost in the search is perfectly portrayed in Herman Hesse’s, Siddhartha. This book, focusing on the life and journey of Siddhartha, shows the different points in his life, who he has met, the things he…

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    A search is defined as trying to discover something by seeking carefully for it. Some searches can be bigger than others; searching for oneself is much more significant than the negligible search for one's keys. After You, by Jojo Moyes is the sequel to Me Before You, which is also written by Jojo Moyes. Louisa Clark is trying to deal with the death of Will Traynor, the man she loved. Will decided to end his life at Dignitas because he was a quadriplegic and felt he had no purpose in the world.…

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    Google. Why? Google has proven time after time, that they have truly mastered the art of finding and retrieving information better than any other search engine I have tried. And, they seem to retrieve it faster than any other search engine. What searching strategies and Boolean Search Strategies have yielded the best search results for you? Personally, I prefer using brackets, quotation marks, and the + sign. When using these Boolean operators, the information returned will be more…

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    need to apply and receive a warrant. Which is known as “Hot Pursuit”. However, this is not the case when searching the cell phone because the Det. Did not have any evidence of their handgun or any reason to suspect something in her photos and therefore Det. Colabello should not have accessed Ms. Alomar’s photos. In the precedent case R. v. Macooh, the trial judge clearly states “the officer 's entry into the dwelling house in “hot pursuit” of a person suspected of a breach of summary legislation…

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    identity, and the search for truth. While reading Meg Cabot’s All American Girl, I have been searching for the theme of love. Sam’s older sister, Lucy, has a boyfriend; Sam happens to be in love with Lucy’s boyfriend. In the novel, Sam gives us ten reasons why she would make a better girlfriend to Jack than Lucy would. Jack is the stereotypical artist that you would see on the street’s, with the trench coat and combat boots. Sam is also an artist and only wears the color black. She searches…

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