By Marlena Wilson
It has become a story too common in the evening news or on the front page of the paper… a teenager committing suicide because of bullying. In the past week another bright light dimmed too soon, all because of what his parents say was bullying by classmates. That is why we asked Judge Doug Flanagan, a juvenile court judge, to join us this week. He shares what he sees in his courtroom, and how bullying can actually land kids in his courtroom: even serving some serious jail time. Judge Flanagan also gives his thoughts on what parents can do to protect their children.
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