In re T.A.S.
Where our Court of Appeals held that the “bra lift” search of a student was unreasonable, that opinion is vacated. We remand to the trial court for additional findings including but not necessarily limited to the names, occupations, genders, and involvement of all the individuals physically present at the “bra lift” search of the student; whether the student was advised before the search of the school’s “no penalty” policy; and whether the “bra lift” search of the student qualified as a “more intrusive” search under the school’s Safe School Plan.
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