New jersey v tlo this fourth amendment activity is based on the landmark supreme court case new jersey v tlo dealing with the authority of school officials to search students’ possessions at school. Vernonia school district 47j v new jersey v t l o, 469 us 325 (1985), is a decision by the supreme court of the united states addressing the constitutionality of a search of a public high school student for contraband after she was caught smoking in her school's lavatory a subsequent search of her purse revealed drug paraphernalia. Like the new jersey supreme court, i would view this case differently if the assistant vice principal had reason to believe t l o's purse contained evidence of criminal activity, or of an activity that would seriously disrupt school discipline.
New jersey vs tlo explained in five minutes: us history review - duration: 4:52 new jersey vs tlo supreme court case - duration: 3:23 logan walther 682 views 3:23. New jersey v t l o supreme court of the united states 469 us 325 january 15, 1985, decided justice white delivered the opinion of the court we granted certiorari in this case to examine the appropriateness of the exclusionary rule as a remedy for searches carried out in violation of the fourth amendment by public school authorities. The background of new jersey v tlo (1985) in 1984, in the piscataway township high school in new jersey, a female student who was classified as a minor at the time of her arrest was convicted of possessing illegal paraphernalia utilized for the consumption of marijuana the acronym ‘tlo’ was given to her as a result of her status as a minor.
Facts of the case tlo was a fourteen-year-old she was accused of smoking in the girls' bathroom of her high school a principal at the school questioned her and searched her purse, yielding a bag of marijuana and other drug paraphernalia. Cases include: marbury v madison, mcculloch v maryland, plessy v ferguson, and new jersey v tlo other cases will be used but information about the case will be provided in the stem use the teacher resource analysis of marbury v madison to guide students in writing a brief of this case. Major decisions-new jersey v tlo share would arise some twenty years later once again in new jersey v tlo the case of new jersey v tlo is in regards to a student being searched on school grounds because she was thought to be smoking in a non-smoking area of the campus even though tlo–such as the girl was referred.
Landmark supreme court case: nj v tlo timeline created by gregoryc in politics dec 31, 1980 tlo case description a new jersey high school student was accused of violating school rules by smoking in the bathroom, leading an assistant principal to search her purse for cigarettes case heard by supreme court of new jersey. New jersey v tlo established a reasonable suspicion rule for school searches tlo caught smoking in the bathroom, searched her purse without a warrant and found lots of sensitive material, claimed illegal search and evidence should be suppressed. The new jersey court relied on supreme court of the united states precedent to hold that whenever an official search violates constitutional rights, the evidence may not be used in a criminal case. New jersey v tlo search table of contents criminal procedure keyed to weinreb add to library law dictionary the supreme court of new jersey overruled the appellate division the legality of searches conducted by public school officials and the application of that standard to the facts of this case”. Charlie pierce on all the facts of the case new jersey versus tlo this espn nonsense and newspapering and what not is so fantastic and im bitter we didnt run it go check it out [si] 10-8-2017 august 25-27 will officially be known as players weekend in mlb but lets be the facts of the case new jersey versus tlo realno one will ever think of it as anything besides nickname weekend.
In the case of new jersey vs tlo, i rule in favor of the petitioner, the state of new jersey in this case, i found no reason in the claims made by tlo and her defense they claimed that the search conducted by school officials was unconstitutional. See new jersey v tlo, 104 s ct 3583 (1984) (the supreme court restored the case to the calendar for reargument on the question of whether the vice principal's search did in fact violate the fourth amendment. New jersey vs tlo analysts bncaps-tlo this case brings the question up of was tlo's rights broken or not the fourth amendment is the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause.
Case opinion for us supreme court new jersey v tlo read the court's full decision on findlaw and (3) that the evidence obtained as the result of a violation may not be introduced in evidence against tlo in any criminal proceeding, including this delinquency proceeding the court on its own initiative made an analysis of a factual. In 1984, a juvenile delinquency case from new jersey went before the supreme court of the united states scotus addressed two questions first, the court addressed whether the fourth amendment applies to public school officials. The case of new jersey v tlo was the first case to address the balance between student’s expectations of privacy and school’s equally legitimate need to maintain a safe environment the supreme court ultimately held that probable cause was not required in school searches, finding that students were subject to a lower level of fourth.
A new jersey high school student was accused of violating school rules by smoking in the bathroom, leading an assistant principal to search her purse for cigarettes the vice principal discovered marijuana and other items that implicated the student in dealing marijuana. New jersey v tlo (1985) summary in this case, the supreme court held that while the search warrant requirement does not apply to public school officials, teachers and administrators are bound by the fourth amendment’s essential requirement that searches be “reasonable. Summary of the decision in a 6-3 decision, the supreme court ruled in favor of new jersey and the school, and against tlo justice white wrote the majority opinion the majority concluded that school officials do not need a warrant to justify a search as long as the search was reasonable under the circumstances.