Friday, January 30, 2009

Sending nude photos of myself is a crime? Teens surveyed say that's news to them - Metro - cleveland.com

Sending nude photos of myself is a crime? Teens surveyed say that's news to them - Metro - cleveland.com I have been watching this case. So many jurists don't get it and either sentence too hard or barely slap the kids on the wrist. When this case was brought to my attention as part of a Today Show appearance I did last week, I was intrigued.
After checking further, we decided that this judge needs national attention.
I would ask even more than if they knew it was a crime. I would ask them if they knew what being added to a sex offenders list would do to their future?

At our WiredKids Summit next month, this judge will be honored. I wish we had more like him.

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