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“No doubt kids have always been curious about sex. In a simpler time, young boys finding a copy of Playboy or Penthouse in an older siblings room was thought to be a right of passage.
For a child to be in possession of such a magazine with nude photos was not a matter for police, but for the family to deal with.
Unfortunately we live in the age of technology where kids no longer have to rely on commercial enterprises like Hustler Magazine to satisfy their desires to see nude pictures. They just have to instagram a picture of themselves which eventually goes viral.
Although this is morally wrong, these minors should not be arrested and charged with a “sex offense” – which could potentially harm their future career paths. More education of youths in school to act responsibly is what is warranted here.
These Minors are not ” sex offenders”.
They are normal teens. Let’s not try to label them as such.”
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Commentary Provided by Criminal Defense Attorney Clementine “CC” Conde
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This is a commentary for the blog of the student incident in South Carolina – By Criminal Defense Attorney Clementine “CC” Conde
Officers in Schools: Are they really necessary to keep students and faculty safe?
After this week’s altercation between a student and a School Resource Officer, many are wondering what role Officers really should have in keeping the peace in schools. Police in schools began as a reaction to the tragedies at Columbine.
As with most tragedies, sometimes an overreaction takes place and the remedy is not really warranted. Police Officers in schools do not have a uniform defined role as to what the scope of their duties entail. Some schools will only call in the Officer if a crime is committed on school grounds like possession of drugs or weapons. However, some schools use Police Officers to enforce school policies and rules on students who are non-compliant.
The latter use of Police Officers was not the intent of those who promulgated the need for Officers in Schools. The incident in South Carolina should never have involved the police. The student was not being aggressive or violent toward anyone when the Officer tried to violently pull her from her seat.
Police are trained to physically force submission when a subject does not comply with a demand. This situation would have never escalated to the level it did had the school not involved the Officer. If your child has been arrested at school for a criminal offense, please call me for a free consultation.
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Overview of Case:
The case involved an allegation of violation of probation.
The state’s witness accused CC’s client of violating the no contact condition of probation on two separate occasions.
After hearing testimony from our client and the accuser, the court concluded that the accuser was not believable and that the state attorney had not met their burden of proof.
CC’s client was found NOT GUILTY by the Court. Probation terminated successfully. Client faced a year in county jail if convicted.