Memorandum To: Christopher Howard, Attorney From: Vonda Shields, Legal Assistant Re: McKinley vs. Department of Education Date: Monday June 4, 2012 Issues 1. Is it unlawful for an agency to require all public school students to undergo a search of their clothes, backpacks, lockers, and desks each morning? 2. Is it unlawful for an agency to permit random searches to take place of students’ clothes, backpacks, lockers, and desks? 3. Is it unlawful for an agency to give no notice or hearing prior to the enactment of new rules and regulations? 4. Is it unlawful for an agency to refrain from sending an interested party a notice of hearing? 5. Is it unlawful for an agency to deny an interested party the right to representation or counsel? 6. Is it considered an abuse of power when an agency denies an interested party due process in general? 7. Is it unlawful for an agency to permanently confiscate an individual’s personal property? 8. Is it unlawful for an agency to knowingly allow one of its programs to discriminate on the basis of sex in its processes and procedures? 2
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF GEORGE CURTIS LANDERS I, George Curtis Landers of 455 Banner Road, Ely, Minnesota , being of sound mind and disposing memory, do make, declare and publish this instrument as my last will and testament, hereby expressly revoking any and all wills and codicils made by me anytime h eretofore . A RTICLE I. I hereby direct that my executor pay all my just and legally enforceable debts , including my expenses for my last illness, funeral, burial, and the administration costs and fees for my estate, out of the first m onies that come into his hands. ARTICLE II. I hereby give, and bequeath and devise all of my property of whatever kind or natur e, whether real, personal, or mixed, to my wife Thelma Ann Landers, if she shall be living at my death with the exceptions of the special bequests listed in ARTICLE III of this my last will and testament . If my wife does not survive me, then I give, devise, and bequeath all of my real, personal or mixed property to my two sons, John D. Landers and Dr. Millard L. Landers with the exceptions listed in Article III. ARTICLE III. I give, devise and bequeath to my son Dr. Millard L Landers, all of my golfing equipment that I own or possess at my death, since he has always loved the game, and I have spent many wonderful hours playing with him . F urther, I give, devise and bequeath to my son, John D. Landers, all of my fishing equipment that I own or possess at my death, along with my gold pocket watch, that has been in our family for three generation s.