In the year 2012 the Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, upheld the constitutionality of routine (devoid of probable cause) strip searches of persons arrested and detained, even in brief, in a jail (Florence versus Board of Chosen Freeholders of the Country of Burlington). Respond to this three part problem in your initial post:
Describe the rationale of the Supreme Court's decision in Florence (the main opinion by Justice Kennedy).
Describe the rationale of Justice Breyer's dissenting opinion.
Assess both the majority and minority rationales. Describe and validate your evaluation by drawing on prior Supreme Court interpretations of the 4th Amendment's prohibition of 'unreasonable searches'.