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Falls Church, Virginia - Justice High School Teacher Amanip Spivey Charged with Sexually Abusing a Student

Justice High School
Published: January 24, 2020
By: Joe LaFrance
Last Updated on November 24, 2020

Justice High School Teacher Charged with Indecent Liberties by a Custodian

57-year-old Justice High School teacher Amanip Spivey has been accused of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student. Spivey faces four felony counts of indecent liberties by a custodian.

Police say that Spivey had unlawful sexual contact with a student. School staff members were notified of the alleged sexual contact earlier in January and contacted the police. Spivey has not been on campus since January 8.

Spivey is an ESOL teacher at the school. He is also employed as a private music teacher in the area.

Right now, Spivey is being held at the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center without bond.

Anyone with information regarding this case or who may have experienced inappropriate behavior by Spivey has been asked to contact the Major Crimes Bureau detectives at 703-246-7800.

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Justice For Teacher Sex Abuse Victims and Their Families

Sexual abuse of students by teachers is a major crisis affecting communities throughout the country. Here is attorney Kevin Biniazin with some thoughts on the legal rights of these victims and their families:

Schools have a legal duty to make sure their students are safe from preventable dangers, including sexual predators. When a teacher is charged with sexually abusing a student, it’s important to determine if the school met this legal duty. Some of these cases of abuse only happen because of school negligence, such as ignoring previous complaints of inappropriate behavior by the accused teacher.

When a school fails to prevent sexual abuse due to negligence, the victim and their family may have grounds for a lawsuit against the school resulting in a teacher sexual abuse settlement. Our attorneys stand by these victims and their families as they seek justice from these negligent schools.

If you or a loved one has been sexually abused by a teacher or another school employee, you can learn more about your legal rights in a free consultation from one of our experienced sex abuse victims lawyers.


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