The United States Supreme Court spent an hour on Tuesday debating what middle school students are apt to put in their underwear and what should be done about it, reports The New York Times. Justice Stephen G. Breyer, for instance, said it struck him as "a logical thing" that adolescents seeking to hide pills "will stick them in their underwear."

Adam B. Wolf, a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union, disagreed, invoking what he called the "ick factor."

His client, Savana Redding, had been subjected to a strip search in 2003 by school officials in Safford, Ariz. She was

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