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Dorm rights in Massachusetts

College students have constitutional rights concerning searches in their dormitory rooms and illegally seized evidence may be excluded from criminal prosecutions. But, these rights are not absolute, and exceptions can have an impact on college students charged with drug crimes.

College hearings lack procedural safeguards

College students do not lose their constitutional and legal rights when they enter their freshman year and step forth on campus. However, a students' rights group gave a failing grade to colleges for the protections it affords students in college campus disciplinary hearings in a report it issued last year.

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