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Ohio: Disorderly conduct conviction had “no nexus” with license

A teacher who was convicted of disorderly conduct was wrongly deprived of her license, the Court of Appeals of Ohio, Third District, held April 13, because the offense had no nexus with her performance as a teacher (Wall v. Ohio State Board of Education).

A teacher who was convicted of disorderly conduct was wrongly deprived of her license, the Court of Appeals of Ohio, Third District, held April 13, because the offense had no nexus with her performance as a teacher (Wall v. Ohio State Board of Education).

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