California kids could face misdemeanor charges over bullying

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RAEL’S COMMENT:
That’s a very good law! It should be applied everywhere in the world! Young kids learn violence very early and if not punished, they will remember it forever. When I was a child, I suffered it a lot with french teachers looking the other side on purpose.

Young kids could face misdemeanor charges for bullying, according to a new law proposed in southern California.
The legislation in the city of Carson would target anyone from kindergarten age to 25 who makes another person feel “terrorized, frightened, intimidated, threatened, harassed or molested,” AP reported.

First-time offenders could be fined $100, while a second infraction would cost $200, and a third-time offense could entail a criminal misdemeanor charge.

Adults who are involved in bullying would be charged with either an infraction or a misdemeanor, which could see them put behind bars.

The law is also set to deal with different forms of cyber-bullying.

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