A decision in a landmark bullying lawsuit is in. Two parents take on the Baltimore City School System. Did two principals do enough to protect a child with special needs? A jury hands down a verdict saying they did.
Closing arguments are underway in a million dollar lawsuit brought by a family who says their special needs child was relentlessly harassed at school. The judge has dropped nine of the charges in the case.
The parents of a 10-year-old boy say two Baltimore City schools did nothing to protect him from bullies. In a first-of-its-kind trial, those parents are suing.
A Baltimore family is taking their fight to court. They say their special needs child was bullied at two city schools. Now, their lawsuit goes before a jury.
Bullied, taunted and choked until he passed out. Parents say their special needs son was tortured by classmates at two Baltimore City schools.