A lawyer for a 13-year-old Arizona girl strip-searched by school officials looking for prescription-strength ibuprofen pills has told the Supreme Court that the administrators needed better information than what they had before doing such a humiliating search.

Savana Redding was 13 when Safford Middle School officials ordered her to remove her clothes and shake out her underwear looking for pills.

Adam Wolf, lawyer for the now-19-year-old Redding, told the justices April 21 that a strip search for any reason would be unconstitutionally unreasonable unless school officials were told specifically that something was in her underwear.

Wolf said school officials violated the Fourth Amendment,


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