The police busted in my house with a search warrant that was in a woman's name that does not live there. Nobody that lives in the houses name was on the search warrant. There were two males and two woman in the house including me, While they were questioning us, they asked me to remove everything from my bra, which I complied to. Then the officer told me a female officer was on the way to search me, but two seconds later him and about 3 other officers took me into my kitchen and patted me down. After this they ordered me to remove my bra, now I should note I had a low cut shirt on and my bra was one that unclipped from the front and was a racerback bra, which are very difficult to get off without removing your shirt or exposing yourself at some point which I told themBut they still insisted, still with no female cop present. I removed my bra which I'm positive they could see my chest during the process. And then they had me pull my low cut shirt out, still with no bra, and shake my chest at them. It was the most uncomfortable situation with nothing but male officers standing in a circle around me. No female cop came. The other female in the house was never searched in any matter.
Your lawyer will have to get the police policy but seems highly unprofessional so my guess is no.
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