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June 2014 Archives

Teacher accused of relationship with minor in Florida

If you're accused of participating in a sexual act with a student or minor, you could face serious fines, prison and other punishments. These accusations aren't always true, but they can impact your life from the moment they come out. Take for instance the story of this man who has allegedly confessed to having a relationship with a student and now faces career-related consequences. She was 17 years old at the time, which would allow a four-year Romeo and Juliet clause to kick in if the teacher was under the age of 21. It's been claimed that the two primarily had relations after the student's 18th birthday.

Teacher accused of sending nude texts to public school kids

When you're a teacher and accused of a crime, it's important to consider how it may affect your job. If the crime is related to your students, your job could be at risk, and that's why it's important to seek a strong defense to prevent career-related consequences. This case reported on May 15 claims that a teacher has been accused of sexting and partying with students, and that has landed him in trouble with the school and the law.