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Topic - Ben White
A West Virginia teen who was arrested and suspended for wearing a National Rifle Association T-shirt to school returned to class Monday wearing the same shirt that got him into trouble.
"We are here [in court today] because the prosecution filed a motion for a gag order," said attorney Ben White, to WOWK on Monday. "My opinion is because, seemingly, they want to take it out of the court of public opinion."
Mr. White said Jared was arrested on two charges of disrupting the educational process and obstructing an officer, but predicted those charges would be dropped.