After writing on her face in lipstick, Eve hung herself. Her mother finds her body. Randy Cullen pulls out a gun and begins to shoot; his lawyer explains he will try to obtain the minimum sentence.
Randy does not want to go to jail. Amy Cullen tries to convince Regina Shore to defend her son and go after those who bullied him. (Credits)
Shore was bullied as a child and agrees to bring a class action suit against the school for negligence. Randy's attorney changes his plea. The judge decides to delay ruling on the criminal charges for one week so the defense can prepare.
The judge meets with the lawyers about the constructive manslaughter charge against three bullies. The judge refuses to give Randy the mandatory minimum for shooting a firearm. Shore responds to reporters' questions outside the courthouse
Jurors worry about setting a precedent and argue about convicting three bullies on manslaughter charges.
Lee records a message for her mother before she hangs herself. The jury reaches a verdict.
Credits: Bully Fighters
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A passionate attorney takes three teens to court for bullying on manslaughter charges after they bully a girl into committing suicide. This program helps students and educators look at bullying from a legal standpoint. After seeing how bullying can drastically change people's lives, the audience becomes the jury and are given various debates on the issue and then are left to make a decision as to whether the law should change around bullying.
Length: 25 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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