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Re: [teacherartexchange] legal issues with students


From: Jeff Pridie (jeffpridie_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Aug 09 2005 - 23:01:21 PDT


We have had this type of thing happen in our school
distict. If a police report was made you should
approach your cities district attorney or county
attorney and get some action going that way. The
other option is to take it to civil court and ask for
restitution. Even if they are juvies in some states
parents can be held accountable for the damages. You
do have options. Harrassment charges could be filed
if continue behavior directed towards you continues.
With all that has happened with students and violence
most law enforcement are taking these issues very
seriously. Consult an attorney.


--- Betty B <> wrote:

> Last April my car was vandalized by five kids, 3 my
> students, one homeschool, one high school - sugar in
> the gas tank - while parked in front of my
> boyfriend's
> home. They were caught (we weren't there) and held
> for
> the police.
> Nothing has been done - I have been told to not
> expect
> to ever be compensated for expense of repair, and to
> never expect any consequences for the kids. I'm a
> low
> priority, the state is overwhelmed with juvie cases,
> etc. etc.
> The trouble is, I'm not officially allowed to know
> who
> they are, and yet I know I will be back in the
> classroom with some of them (who have bragged about
> doing it) starting next week. And they are obviously
> feeling like they can do whatever they want to me
> with
> no consequences.
> Have any of you had legal issues with students? How
> did you deal?
> ---
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