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Topic - Alan M. Wilner
"Services are not prohibited; they just cannot be forced on the charter schools at the whim of the [local school] boards," retired Judge Alan M. Wilner wrote for the majority.
"That privilege is subject to being lost if it is abused — if the officer knows that the statements are false or makes them with reckless disregard of whether they are true or false, or makes them for some improper purpose," retired Judge Alan M. Wilner wrote for the unanimous Court of Appeals.