PRISON TIME: Mother Allowed 12-year-old to be Raped, Give Birth
This absolutely horrific scenario comes from Oklahoma! According to this article, a mom in Tulsa Oklahoma pleaded guilty in court in August for allowing her 12-year-old daughter to give birth to a 24-year-old man’s child. Desiree Castaneda pleaded guilty to child neglect and enabling child sexual abuse last month, both charges she was arrested for in March 2022.
According to police reports from the Tusla Police Department! In July 2021, the girl and newborn’s father "walked in just like any other couple would, excited to deliver their newborn child." Shortly after they arrived at the hospital, the staff called the police because of the age discrepancy. When the police arrived, Juan Miranda-Jara, was arrested and charged with first-degree rape.
The mom, Desirre Castaneda, was shocked about the rape allegation because she approved of the relationship and even threw a baby shower in preparation for the newborn’s birth. Police also state that Miranda-Jara was at first in a relationship with Castaneda, but when things did not work out, she was okay with him to start dating her daughter. Disgusting!
Miranda-Jara was found guilty of first-degree rape in March 2022 and sentenced to 20 years in prison, He must also register as a sex offender!
Castaneda was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Once she completes her sentence, she is required to register as a sex offender.
Can a School Legally Charge You to Get Your Kids Phone Back?
I have seen many instances on social media feeds where kids have their phones confiscated at school! The reason why is justified, they are not supposed to have their phones out in class. The question then becomes, can the school legally charge us parents to get those phones back? The answer is, YES!
According to the Education Code in Texas, code 37.082 to be exact. A school may legally charge you up to the maximum of $15 to get your child's phone back. However, this only can be executed IF the school has already adopted a policy that was adopted by the school board. This means you should be able to find this policy in print somewhere. Trustees of the school board can pass this! This informational video can be found on @texaschancla's TikTok page. One of the Tiktok comments asked, does the school have to pay for my kid's devices if it breaks while under the school's possession? He is going to post his video response today.
@texaschancla Replying to @dude with a gf Is it legal for a school to charge a fee for confiscated cell phones? #texas #lawyer #school #backtoschool #teacher ♬ Blade Runner 2049 - Synthwave Goose
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