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Jury finds in favor of principals, school system in bullying lawsuit
A lack of evidence led a Baltimore jury to rule that two principals were not negligent in a $1.3 million bullying lawsuit against the city school system, but jurors said they were also conscious of a snowball effect that could subject systems around the country to a barrage of lawsuits.
By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun
December 22, 2011