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Posted 1 year ago in Personal Injury by Aaron Kase  
New Plaintiff Joins Horrific Illinois School Hazing Suit

A fifth plaintiff has filed a lawsuit in Illinois claiming that members of a Des Plains high school’s sports teams were hazed in a manner so horrific it rose to a level of sexual assault. The original suit alleges that four students were forced to the ground during soccer practice last year by their teammates and sodomized with fingers and sticks. School officials at Maine West High School knew about the abuse, the suit contends, but did nothing to stop …

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Posted 2 years ago in Personal Injury by Aaron Kase  
Horrific School Hazing Allegations Prompt Lawsuit in Illinois

Four students are suing an Illinois school district over hazing accusations at a Des Plaines high school that include reports of victims who were sodomized by their sports teammates. School officials looked the other way while players on the baseball, soccer and potentially other teams were subjected to an extreme form of hazing that went at least as far back as 2007, the lawsuit alleges. The hazing came to light when three players were allegedly sodomized with fingers and sticks …

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Posted 2 years ago in Criminal Law by Betsy Kim  
Your Opinion on Hazing in Schools [Poll]

Take the Lawyers.com survey and see what other readers think about hazing that occurs in schools. Let us know if you have thoughts on ways hazing can be stopped. Read our article about four students suing an Illinois school district over hazing accusations that include brutal sexual assaults at a Des Plaines high school.

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