Calloway v. Brown

Federal prison guards had probable cause to strip-search a plaintiff during her visit with an inmate, the court held. The inmate had a history of receiving contraband, and the plaintiff appeared nervous and was “messing with” her waistband during the visit. The court granted summary judgment on Fourth Amendment and state-law claims arising from the search.

Calloway v. Brown, No. 5:16cv81, Sept. 10, 2018. WDVA at Roanoke (Dillon).



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