Abbott admitted that his survey is based on published media reports rather than official crime data, hence the unscientific nature of the survey.He also admitted that his survey makes no distinction between two different Texas crimes: various degrees of statutory rape and improper relationship between an educator and a student. That means that any person more than three years older than a sixteen-year-old cannot legally have sex with that person (unless they are married.) Such laws are on the books in every state in the nation and just about every country on the planet, and with good reason.improper relationship law on the books.
full bio Chesley Quaide is the Partner-in-Charge of the Pleasanton office of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo. Quaide focuses on education law and labor relations and employment/labor law. Quaide served as General Counsel of the Merced County Office of Education from 1991-2004, and has served as General Counsel of the Stanislaus County Office of Education since 1996 and the San Joaquin County Office of Education since 2006.
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She told ITV's Tonight programme the law was wrong because a teacher could legally enter a relationship with a sixth former at another school.
Child protection professionals have criticised her comments.
“We will continue to work hard to make sure that California passes this bill or something similar.” Olsen’s bill would have made it a felony for a high school teacher to have a relationship with a student, regardless of the student’s age.