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Texas Teacher Criminal Indictment for Assaulting 9 Year Old Student

By Robert Chaiken, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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The El Paso (Texas) Times has reported that a teacher has been criminally indicted by a Grand Jury for assaulting a 9 year old child. The teacher is accused by second degree felony injury to a child. It was reported that the Defendant worked as a teacher at the Canutillo Elementary School. The incident subject to the proceedings involved the alleged dragging of the student by her leg and pulling the student up by her hair. News reports did not contain all of the details of the incidents or any of the circumstances leading up to the incident. The teacher will be entitled to defend himself against these Texas criminal charges through legal representation through a Texas criminal defense attorney or the public defender’s office. You can read more about this story at Texas Teacher Indicted for Child Assault Charges.

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