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Should this be a third degree felony?

Should this be a third degree felony? Topic: Funny kids school papers
June 25, 2019 / By Abigayle
Question: So i joined an Art class at school and basically i ended up having a horrible teacher that disrespected our class and was a total nutjub to the max. Anyways as the months passed everyone in the class, including me, started to think it was funny to make the teacher mad because she'd always start cussing & yeah Anyways one day i threw a small piece of clay at her, about the size of a quarter and it hit her in the head. So she went home that day and filed charges against me, and i got arrested. And when i got my court papers a while ago, it said i was being charged with Assault on a Public Servant, a 3rd Degree Felony with Bodily Injury and a deadly weapon. I'm 15 I've never been in trouble with the law before. I've never done drugs or alcohol. I'm a straight-A student with good conduct. I got expelled from my regular school and was transferred to an alternative school with kids who have commited arson robberies and aggravated assault. Thedr.saidshedidn'thaveanything.
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Stu Stu | 8 days ago
Well the bottom line is you shouldn't have thrown clay at her, but i must admit, that is pretty extreme that you would be kicked out of school and facing criminal charges for something like that.
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Stu Originally Answered: Should this be a third degree felony?
Well the bottom line is you shouldn't have thrown clay at her, but i must admit, that is pretty extreme that you would be kicked out of school and facing criminal charges for something like that.
Stu Originally Answered: Should this be a third degree felony?
Should it be? I my opinion from what you've said here, no. I don't think a piece of clay is a deadly weapon. Sounds more like a prosecutor who needs something to do. Lots of teachers aren't the best, but they're just there doing their job, they don't deserve things to be thrown at them...no matter how terrible they are (and I've had a LOT of terrible teachers and professors.)

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Should it be? I my opinion from what you've said here, no. I don't think a piece of clay is a deadly weapon. Sounds more like a prosecutor who needs something to do. Lots of teachers aren't the best, but they're just there doing their job, they don't deserve things to be thrown at them...no matter how terrible they are (and I've had a LOT of terrible teachers and professors.)
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Pancras Originally Answered: How to write a amazing letter to explain a felony on application?
The person above is right. You need to get it expunged, and don't mark 'yes'. Unless you are working with kids or making decisions regarding money, most businesses don't check. If you mention anything about conspiracies or lies, no business will bring you on because your honesty will always be questioned.
Pancras Originally Answered: How to write a amazing letter to explain a felony on application?
I'm really sorry, I mean *really* sorry, but the apps that have a "yes" checked on them get thrown out. Really. :( If you wanna try anyway, write a very simple "soon to be reversed and expunged. Details in interview" Good luck. If it's for retail or fast food jobs, I would lie. Those places don't usually check anyway-- costs too much because they have so much turnover. If it's for a better than that job.... IDK. :(

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