The high school quarterback who was facing four felony charges for sexually exploiting himself and one for having a sexually explicit picture of his girlfriend has agreed to a plea bargain and is now facing a year of probation. North Carolina District Court Judge April Smith earlier this month sentenced the year-old boy to a year of probation, according to Fayobserver. During that time, her order says, the student must stay in school, take a class on making good decisions, complete 30 hours of community service, not use or possess alcohol or illegal drugs, not possess a mobile phone, and must submit to all the warrantless searches the state wants to foist on him. But because he sexted selfies when he was only 16, he was also accused of sexually exploiting another minor — himself. The two had only sent the sexts to each other, which led many to question how in the world the police had found out about it. It turns out that there had been an investigation into an alleged statutory rape involving a year-old girl and other teen boys.
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Marissa is a freshman at the school, where her mother, MaryJo, works with special education students. The picture that investigators from the office of District Attorney George P. Skumanick of Wyoming County had was taken two years earlier at a slumber party. It showed Marissa and a friend from the waist up. Both were wearing bras. If convicted, they could serve time in prison and would probably have to register as sex offenders. All of them either been caught with a cellphone containing pictures of nude or seminude students, or were identified in one or more such photos. But three students, Marissa, Grace and a third girl who appeared in another photo, along with their mothers, felt the deal was unfair and illegal. On Wednesday, they filed a lawsuit in federal court in Scranton, Pa. Walczak, a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania , which represents the families.
The mobile phone has become the favored communication hub for the majority of American teens. Cell-phone texting has become the preferred channel of basic communication between teens and their friends, and cell calling is a close second. Those phones have become indispensable tools in teen communication patterns. Among all teens, their frequency of use of texting has now overtaken the frequency of every other common form of interaction with their friends see chart below. Fully two-thirds of teen texters say they are more likely to use their cell phones to text their friends than talk to them to them by cell phone. One in three teens sends more than text messages a day , or texts a month.
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