When Hunter and Holmes arrive on campus white students jeer and taunt: "Two, four, six, eight. " After a sports event on January 11, a mob attacks Charlayne Hunter's dormitory and has to be driven off by police tear gas.Instead of punishing the white rioters, UGA suspends Holmes and Hunter "for their own safety and the safety of other students." It is later revealed that some university and government officials hope to repeat the tactic that worked for the University of Alabama when they expelled Autherine Lucy after a white riot in 1956. More than 400 UGA faculty (a majority) sign a resolution condeming both the violence and the suspension, and calling for the return of the two Black students.Teenagers should never let anyone "pressure" them into answering any question that they don't want to answer.Simply say you will not answer any questions until your parent is with you or you have a lawyer.It should not be considered complete or exhaustive. Reid's general understanding, and are not necessarily the official positions of any court, litigating party, government, or other body. Reid's office, or see the contact information at the bottom of this page.
However, in addition to these state-specific laws, there are also federal gun laws that could apply.Readers are encouraged to use them in clinical teaching, but please note that they are copyrighted and give appropriate author credit.Note: The material presented on this website is greatly summarized or excerpted.Students can have their backpacks and lockers searched by school officials at school if they have "reasonable suspicion" that you are involved in criminal activity, carrying drugs, weapons, etc.Reasonable suspicion means they have to have specific reasons to justify their search.