Nov 172018
 
 November 17, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Featured News, U.S., Youth & Schools

Austin Berg has a welcomed update to a case that never should have been hanging over a teenager’s head:

Paul Boron no longer has a potential felony hanging over his head. But Illinois’ eavesdropping law means others like him might not be so lucky.

The young Illinoisan spent his summer at the center of an international media storm after his school district pressed felony charges, alleging a then-13-year-old Boron violated the state’s eavesdropping law by recording audio of a meeting with his principal.

On Nov. 15, however, the lawyers prosecuting the Manteno Community Unit School District No. 5 complaint dismissed the indictment at a hearing at the Kankakee County Courthouse.

Read more on Illinois Policy.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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