T.L.O. was caught fighting in the hallway.
T.L.O. was a truant.
T.L.O. was forcing a girl's head down the toilet.
T.L.O was caught smoking in the bathroom.
T.L.O was caught selling marijuana.
T.L.O. had been caught smoking and he was looking for cigarettes.
Choplick wanted to destroy her 4th amendment rights.
Choplick suspected T.L.O. was a drug dealer for she had been caught selling marijuana in the bathroom.
T.L.O. had told the school she had stashed her cigarettes in her bag.
Choplick was a lunatic.
Choplick spotted a business card that said "Marijuana User" in TLO's bag.
Choplick spotted a pot with a suspicious plant in it in TLO's bag.
Choplick didn't like T.L.O.
T.L.O smelt like cigarette smoke.
Choplick spotted cigarette rolling papers in TLO's bag.
Choplick stole some of T.L.O.'s pot and smoked with her in the faculty parking lot.
Choplick sent T.L.O. back to class for he needed a search warrent to look for more than the cigarettes.
Choplick searched her bag again and found evidence implicating T.L.O. in marijuana dealing. He then called T.L.O's mother and the police, handing over the evidence to the police.
Choplick searched her bag and found nothing more.
Choplick turned into a unicorn and started tap dancing with T.L.O. while singing "1234" by Feist.
The New Jersey Swing Court
The Honor Court
The Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court of Middlesex County
The Prom Court
Judge Judy's Court
The Juvenile Court and the Appelatte Division
The Jungle Court and the Banana Division
Judge Judy's Court and the Orange Division
The Circulatory System and the Applies Court
The Chocolate Chip Court and the Cookie Club
Choplick didn't give T.L.O. a lollipop.
Choplick forgot to shut T.L.O.'s purse.
Choplick didn't like T.L.O.
Choplick needed a search warrant to search T.L.O.
Choplick couldn't spell probable cause.
The Court stated T.L.O. was a drug dealer and bought pot from her.
The Court stated T.L.O. was a delinquent and suspended her.
The Court stated Choplick was a moron and fired him.
The Court stated the evidence used in the case was found in an illegal search and could not be relied on in court. The Court then repealed previous convictions against T.L.O. based on this decision.
The Court stated Choplick bought pot from T.L.O. and threw a house party with them both.
The Supreme Court had the same verdict as the New Jersey Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court decided Choplick and T.L.O. should be sent to boot camp together so they could bond.
The Supreme Court revealed that Choplick was secretly a unicorn and one of the judges asked for a ride to the moon.
The Supreme Court decided both parties involved in the case were incorrect and that the school needed to provide disco dancing lessons.
The Supreme Court decides that the search was reasonable and that in the future, a school search's legal status would have to be dertimined case by case using a reasonableness standard.