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Prank, Sins, or Crimes -- Teens and the Law
Wakefield High School, Entrance on Dinwiddie Street
- How many teens can a teenage driver legally carry?
- Will bringing a pocket knife to school go on your permanent record?
- If others in the room are smoking pot, is everyone liable to arrest?
- Is covering a house with toilet paper illegal?
- Can you do hard time for stealing a stop sign?
- Does Arlington have a curfew?
Arlington Family Network presents
"Pranks, Sins or Crimes?Teens and the Law"
WHEN: Thursday, May 10, 7-9pm
WHERE: Wakefield High School Cafeteria,
A panel of law-enforcement, legal and juvenile rights professionals will discuss a variety of scenarios that teens can and often do find themselves in. This presentation is designed for middle- and high-school age students and their parents.
Lisa Bergman - Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for Arlington
Tim Coffman - Senior Juvenile Probation and Parole Officer
Corporal Kyle Anderson, School Resource Officer, Arlington County Police Department
Corporal James Tuomey - School Resource Officer, Arlington County Police Department
Elizabeth Tuomey - Defense Attorney, Arlington
Meg Tuccillo - Assistant Superintendent, Arlington County Schools