Originally Posted by DarkWizard12
I'll post a part of the dissenting opinion:
Justice Stephen G. Breyer, writing for the four dissenters, said the strip-searches the majority allowed were “a serious affront to human dignity and to individual privacy” and should be used only when there was good reason to do so.
Justice Breyer said that the Fourth Amendment should be understood to bar strip-searches of people arrested for minor offenses not involving drugs or violence, unless officials had a reasonable suspicion that they were carrying contraband.
I agree and think that an overdue fine isn't reasonable suspicion for that kind of invasion of privacy much less a false accusation of an overdue fine.