My daughter was fondled in the classroom by two boys. Six months before that the same boy unzipped the back of her dress and put his hand down her dress I notified the teacher than and she did nothing six months lare the same boy fondled her and the teacher assistant. Saw it. I had to take her to the doctor and counsling and missed two weeks of work. If the teacher had removed this boy or did something this would have prevented the second incident. How do I seek justice I need a lawer not to put charges on the boys but on the teacher for neglecting my child out of harms way when she knew someting was wrong with the male classmate if you are a lawyer please call me 4437267826. My daughter deserves justice please if your out there help me thank you
This question is way too factually-driven for a meaningful response or analysis here on this Q and A service. You need to speak with an attorney about your daughter's rights. Here are some starting points, from the ABA's listing of pro bono children's rights services. You need to commit to the effort to reach out and persist until you find the right resource for your daughter's situation.
HARFORD COUNTY BAR FOUNDATION, INC.
THE LAW FOUNDATION OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY,
LEGAL AID BUREAU, INC.
PUBLIC JUSTICE CENTER
Also try Googling: "children's legal rights MD"
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