Teachers Did Not Deserve Firing After Sex, Panel Finds

, New York Law Journal

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Two teachers should not have been fired after engaging in sexual activity on school property during a student musical competition but can face other punishment, a unanimous state appeals panel has ruled.

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    Shoulda listened to Judge S. Tiny Alice is seldom wrong. I don‘t think she is this time either. Congratulations on the courage you exhibit in App Div I by making this an unsigned collective opinion. I thought more of my classmate. You know who you are. Glad I am a licensed NYC tour guide and no longer practicing law.

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