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The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today that police do not necessarily need a search warrant to pull foreign materials from between a person's butt cheeks, even if some of the stuff might be lodged inside the person's anus. In a ruling involving 28 bags of cocaine and heroin allegedly removed from one man's butt cheeks, or, in legal terms, his "intergluteal cleft," following a arrest in Revere, the state's highest court was forced to get really down and dirty in advising police on just how far they can go before they have to ask a judge for a warrant - to the point of discussing "a gentle flick" to determine just how far up a person's anus a bag might go and how hard it might be to remove. State law has long differentiated between visual strip searches, which can be done without a warrant provided officers have legitimate reasons to conduct one, and cavity searches, which normally require a warrant from a judge, under the theory that a cavity search is "a more intrusive, humiliating, and demeaning search" that should not be done without proper consideration both for the arrested person's civil rights and for safety concerns if the item is wedged in and not easily removable. At issue in the Revere case was a single plastic bag containing 28 smaller bags of cocaine and heroin that police say they found between Stanley Jeannis's butt cheeks during a strip search after, police say, he began acting funny during his stay in the police lockup following his arrest on warrants at a local hotel. According to the court summary, Jeannis complained he felt like he was going to vomit.
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Body cavity searches Warrant requirement Waiver Liability. By signing this consent form, I knowingly and voluntarily waive my right to require that a warrant be obtained from an appropriate judge or magistrate before my body cavities are searched. I understand that a body cavity search may involve both visual and physical probing into my genitals and anus. I understand that I would not be prejudiced or penalized by declining to give my consent to be searched in this manner. Neither the hospital nor other employer of health care professionals, acting at the written request of a law enforcement officer with a search warrant, written waiver or consent to perform a body cavity search, shall incur any civil or criminal liability, except for negligence, gross negligence, willful misconduct or unlawful conduct, as a result of the act of examination or search. Tennessee may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or the information linked to on the state site.
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What Is a Body Cavity Search?
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Although frequently the subject of jokes in fictional media, a body cavity search is actually a very specific tool that law enforcement uses to find contraband and other illegal items. This can include searching the oral, rectal, and anal cavities, as well as the digestive tract, sexual organs, ears, and nostrils. These searches are not comfortable experiences and should only be performed by law enforcement personnel with the proper training and only under the proper legal circumstances. The incredibly intrusive nature of these searches means that they are only used in certain circumstances, most commonly at border crossings and airports to stop drug smugglers from bringing quantities of drugs into the United States. For example, a common international trafficking tactic is for someone usually called a mule to wrap the drugs in plastic or rubber and either insert or ingest them, with the goal of passing and retrieving them later on.
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