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State Attorney challenges school district on teen punishment

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Action News has learned a relatively new program used by Duval County public schools is keeping students who commit violent attacks out of the courtroom and in your child's classroom.

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Realchange - 8/7/2013 11:33 AM
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Corey has no room to talk. She hid evidence of Trayvon Martin not being charged in school with stolen jewelry because of just such a program. Why is it ok for her to hid his criminal activities showing his thug like fight anyone attack anyone mentality? She withheld evidence that would shown Zimmerman's innocence do you really trust this woman to make the right call or not withhold evidence in the future. As for who is behind this program Mr Mayor you need to step up. There was similar program in Miami that was put in place to reduce black minority crimes statistics to make the mayor's office look good. Care to wager who is behind this new rule in Jax?
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