Feb 09 2011

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Texas AG supports sexting prevention legislation

Under proposed law, teens must make court appearance and complete education program about sexting’s consequences.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today joined State Sen. Kirk Watson, who announced the filing of Senate Bill 407, legislation that will help curb the dangerous practice of sexting.
If enacted, SB 407 would classify a sexting offense as a Class C misdemeanor for first-time violators cheap levitraasic.com//men_s_health/.html”>Buy Online Without Prescription less than 18 years old. Judges would be authorized to sentence minors convicted of sexting – and one of the minor’s parents – to participate in an education program about sexting’s long-term harmful consequences. The new law would also allow teens to apply to the court to have the sexting offense expunged from their records.

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