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Court date set for case involving dress code

•  Recent Cases     updated  2013/05/31 10:09


A federal judge has set a trial date for a case challenging how three school administrators enforced the dress code at a Sumter County middle school.

The Item of Sumter reports that U.S. District Judge Joseph Anderson has set the trial for March.

In the lawsuit, Charles Smith alleges the enforcement of the dress code at Furman Middle School was arbitrary and caused humiliation for students.

The lawsuit alleges Smith's son was targeted by administrators after Smith started a petition campaign to have the school's principal removed. The lawsuit says the boy, who now attends a private school, was suspended for wearing a jacket with a Columbia logo.

The suit names the principal and two assistants. The district says the dress code enforcement was proper.

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