Monday, May 8, 2017

How Other Communities Investigate and Report on Sexual Abuse of Students by Teachers/Coaches

Published on Mar 30, 2017
Beyond The Badge's "Edina Investigates" spoke with a childhood sex abuse victim who wants to spread awareness of what to look for before it's too late.

1 comment:

  1. "Some decisions are influenced by the prosecutor's sense of what justice requires in the case before him/her. Prosecutors are supposed to both enforce the law and "do justice." Doing justice means that a prosecutor occasionally decides not to prosecute a case (or files less severe charges) because the interests of justice require it, even if the facts of the case might support a conviction. For example, if an otherwise law-abiding person makes a one-time, foolish mistake, a prosecutor may decide that it would not serve any purpose to spend time and money prosecuting this person, especially when the chances that the person will re-offend are nil."


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