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Teacher Sex Abuse

Westmoor High School teacher Hector Vazquez is facing sexual abuse charges

Westmoor High School Spanish teacher Hector Vazquez is facing sexual abuse charges after being arrested for unlawful sexual intercourse with a student. It appears that the Jefferson Union High School District hired Vazquez in 2011 even though an internet search would most likely have turned up Vazquez’ prior history in the state of Wisconsin.

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Sylvandale Middle School aide Junior Bitao facing sexual abuse charges

Sylvandale Middle School Junior Labsan Bitao

Junior Labsan Bitao, a teacher’s aide at the San Jose Sylvandale Middle School, is facing sexual abuse charges following his arrest for the alleged sexual molestation of two boys. San Jose Police identify the two students as 13 and 15 years of age. The SJPD report states that Bitao was arrested for “touching a person…

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Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Filed Against San Jose Unified School District

Lawsuit states that it took two complaints by Willow Glen Middle School parents for the school to finally act against teacher Clifford Pappadakis. The San Jose Unified School District is facing a sexual abuse lawsuit filed on behalf of two former Willow Glen Middle School girls, victims of photographs taken by former Physical Education teacher…

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Greenfield Teacher Jerry Mares Arrested

UPDATE – NEED YOUR HELP The law firm of Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard is investigating the background of Vista Verde Middle School teacher Jerry Mares. If you have any information about his behavior at school towards students prior to his arrest or knowledge of complaints or any other information that can be of help, please…

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Protecting Teachers Accused of Educator Sexual Misconduct

protecting children from sexual abuse.

How teachers can avoid termination when accused of sexual misconduct A loophole in the law allows educators to clear their disciplinary record and start new every four years. This loophole enables some educators to avoid termination for sexual misconduct by merely making sure that the misconduct occurs at least four years apart. The Roseville Joint…

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“Passing the Trash” Allows Predators to Sexually Abuse Students

What is “passing the trash” It’s called “passing the trash.” What this colorful phrase means, is that teachers who may have had sexual abuse allegations lodged against them are allowed to resign quietly. By quietly leaving, the teacher is allowed to transfer to another school district with a clean record. Most times, nothing about the…

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Palo Alto Unified School District Sexual Misconduct History

From Sexual Abuse to Sexual Harassment Throughout the years, the Palo Alto Unified School District has dealt with a number of sexual misconduct issues. It has also been the target of a formal letter of adverse findings by the U.S. Department of Education’s Civil Rights unit. In 2013, an explosive report by the student journalists…

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Holding School Districts Accountable in Sex Abuse Cases

Over the years, several school districts enacted “board policies” to bypass the law, which allows child sex abuse victims until the age of 26 to file a lawsuit. The law recognizes that children are sometimes in a better position to file a claim when they reach adulthood. However, many school districts are looking for loopholes…

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Educator Sexual Abuse

Educator Sexual Abuse

Nearly one in ten students graduating high school are a victim of educator sexual abuse. Yet, educator sexual abuse prevention training for anyone who has access to children in schools is not mandatory. The team of child molestation attorneys at Corsiglia McMahon & Allard are looking to change the law by mandating predator identification training. There are easy to recognize “red flags” which precede almost every sexual assault. Knowing the “red flag” behavior will help prevent the sexual abuse of children in our schools.

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Molestation Charges Filed Against Dartmouth Middle School Music Teacher Samuel Neipp

Sexual Abuse suspect Samuel Neipp

San Jose Dartmouth Middle School teacher Samuel Neipp is facing numerous sexual abuse charges following his arrest. Allegations include using his position of authority to molest at least two students and of the blackmail of one of the students. He allegedly threatened to post nude photographs of the 13-year-old girl unless she kept the sexual abuse a secret. Learn why this case is the continuation of a disturbing pattern involving educator sexual misconduct.

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Willow Glen Middle School Teacher Under Investigation

A teacher at Willow Glen Middle School, which is part of the San Jose Unified School District, is being investigated for alleged sexual misconduct. Parents were reportedly notified that an unnamed employee was relieved of his duties pending the investigation by the San Jose Police Department.

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Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Filed Against New Haven Unified School District

District accused of ignoring numerous sexual abuse “red flags,” which led to the molestation of several elementary school children by teacher Michael Howey. As a consequence of this District’s failure to implement basic training concerning the identification of these red flags and what to do when they are observed, at least 10 children will now have to suffer debilitating mental disorders due to their being forced to engage in sex acts with their trusted teacher.

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Megan’s Law Loopholes

Megan's Law Sex Offenders

According to California’s Sex Offender Management Board, the number of sex offenders on the Megan’s Law website is nearly 17,000 less than than the number of registered sex offenders in the state. That’s because Megan’s Law exempts some registered sex offenders, including those convicted of sexual battery or a misdemeanor charge of annoying or molesting…

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