My art teacher is always rude to me. He told me to get on my horse and ride it off a cliff the he also tells me everyday that I will get no where in life that I'll end up in jail. He always yelling in my face when I don't even do anything. If I join into conversation he telling me shutup no one was talking to you. You is just always real ignorant towards me.?
It depends on Maryland law under the circumstances. The conduct described may rise to a level worthy of an intentional infliction of emotional distress, but each state has its own application of that type of claim so you need to consult with a MD-licensed attorney.
If you are under 18 years old, you will also need your parent(s) to consult with the attorney on your behalf.
This answer provides general advice and should not be understood as to create an attorney-client relationship between the questioner and the responding attorney.
As an adjunct professor at a local college, I am appalled by the conduct you described. Before you start considering suing the teacher and the school for bullying, you should attempt to go through the chain of command for the school. If you are attending a local college, there will be Department Chairs and a Dean for the Department. If this is occurring in their school, they need to be made aware of it, so they can make it stop. If the teacher's supervisor's are unable to make it stop, then it may be time to consider a lawsuit or other recourse. Good luck and don't give up on your education over one teacher.
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