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Salisbury, Maryland - Parkside High School Employee Jonathan Eure Accused of Sexually Abusing a Student

Parkside High School
Published: March 26, 2020
By: Joe LaFrance
Last Updated on November 24, 2020

Parkside High Instructional Assistant Charged with Child Sex Crimes

See Below: Legal commentary from school sexual abuse attorney Aaron Blank on filing a lawsuit for sexual abuse by a school employee.

An instructional assistant for Parkside High School was arrested in October 2019 for allegedly sexually abusing a student.

36-year-old Jonathan LeRay Eure has been indicted by a grand jury on 10 charges, including sex abuse of a minor, perverted practice, and fourth-degree sex offense.

Eure was placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of this investigation. He is accused of having sexual contact with the student several times.

This investigation is ongoing. authorities have asked anyone with related information to contact the Wicomico County Child Advocacy Center or the State’s Attorney’s Office.

At this time, police do not believe there are any other victims.

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Lawsuits Against Schools For Sexual Abuse of Students

Attorney contributor Aaron Blank directly represents sex abuse victims in civil lawsuits. Aaron has offered to share a bit of his knowledge on the legal rights of students who have been sexually abused by school staff members:

Sexual predators are often close to their victims and in positions of trust. Our sex abuse victim lawyers regularly see this in cases of school staff members sexually abusing students. Officials in schools and other institutions that involve working with children must do all that they can to protect the children under their watch from sexual predators.

In some school sexual abuse cases, the abuse may have been prevented if not for negligence by the school district. For example, a school district could be considered negligent for ignoring previous reports of inappropriate behavior by a staff member towards students. In cases of negligence, school sex abuse victims and their parents may have the right to file a lawsuit against the school district.

If you or your child is a victim of sexual abuse by a school employee, our school sexual abuse lawyers want to help your family find the answers and support you deserve. You can learn more about your legal options by contacting us for a free consultation.


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