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Threatening Posts

A Florida appeals court upheld the finding that a juvenile was guilty of disrupting a school function for writing threatening posts online while off-campus two days after the Parkland school shooting.

MIAMI LAKES, Fla. – A Florida appeals court upheld the finding that a juvenile was guilty of disrupting a school function for writing threatening posts online while off-campus two days after the Parkland school shooting.

Categories / Appeals, Civil Rights, Education

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