Apr 062017
 
 April 6, 2017  Court, U.S., Youth & Schools

Rob Shimshock reports:

An Alabama is (sic) considering overturning a law banning sex between teachers and students who are 16- to 18-years-old.

The judge is hearing a case on whether the law, which mandates school employees who have sex with a student younger than 19 become a registered sex offender and serve up to 20 years in prison, is unconstitutional, reports AL.com. The judge remarked at one point that he has “a lot of reading to do” in reviewing written arguments before ruling on the law.

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