Inmates and Freedom of Religion

You are viewing an article from the 7th Circuit Meals/Materials/Worship Inmates in jails and prisons make a variety of complaints based upon freedom of religion.  There are many cases based on a complaint that the jail has failed to provide [...]

4th Circuit: Strip Searches in Jails / Detention Centers

You are viewing 4th Circuit The United States Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit has clearly rejected the concept of blanket strip search policies for arrestees and requires reasonable suspicion to believe that the particular arrestee is concealing contraband [...]

Strip Search Substitute/Subterfuge

You are viewing an article from the 1st Circuit An issue that has begun to surface is when agencies develop and implement a policy that meets the legal standards requiring individualized reasonable suspicion before a strip search is authorized, but [...]

Go to Top