Need halp with legal stuuuuufff
18 at school
A.P's (vice principles) take away skate board
Walk into office demand board back
Told no and told to leave
Explain not mine but a friends who lent it to me.
Try to go around to take property back
Told to leave
Try explaining again. Nothing
Try force again. Hahaha triforce
Second AP comes in to intervene.
Grabbed by back of shirt and backpack.
I tell him to let me go twice but he won't comply.
Shake him off.
AP States that he is the authority. I retort back with "oh wow you have a slight semblance of authority"
Start moving forward again AP says (paraphrasing slightly) "try to take the board again and I will lay your ass out".
Told I will be suspended for 5 days.
Forced to sign incomplete school suspension referral.
Police enter and forced to leave campus.
Call home tells me I have been expelled from school.
CAN ANYBODY HELP ME IF AT ALL POSSIBLE TO REVOKE EXPULSION FROM SCHOOL????
Sorry for the bad grammar.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Analysis of the facts you present appear to indicate that you commited a number of violations and that their actions were warranted. You could also have been prosecurted criminally. You may want to figure out what you did wrong, seek counselling and apologize to the authorities.
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