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Now lawmakers in Georgia and across the country are looking for changes that protect young people, but exempt immature children. Cecily Hill (R-Kingland) wants tougher laws in Georgia.
Hill says the boy was never charged with a crime because current state law fails to include cell phone transmission. Hill, but wants leniency for children who engage in sexting without understanding the consequences.Two 14-year olds at the exclusive Lovett School in Buckhead are under investigation in a sexting scandal, as lawmakers in Georgia and across the country debate exactly how to punish children for a crime they may not understand.One child has left The Lovett School, another is suspended, according to media reports, and the police department’s Child Exploitation Unit is investigating.Spokesman John Bankhead tells the Morris News Service, “they could be put on a sex-offenders list for the rest of their life.” More than 25 percent of teens have sent or received sexually explicit photos, according to a national poll conducted by MTV and the Associated Press, and they often do it for fun without realizing what could happen in the future.Young people in Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana have faced criminal charges.