Safety Law News for August 30, 2016

  • In California, the Kern High School District in Bakersfield has a new policy that allows non-employee concealed carry permit holders to bring guns on its campuses.  The policy will require the individual to sign up for a $1 million liability insurance coverage plan.
  • In Texas, the Court of Appeals ruled that that questioning of a student by a principal does not, as a general rule, rise to the level of custodial interrogation.  Therefore, the statutory warnings required by section 51.095 of the Texas Juvenile Justice Code did not apply. [In the Matter of C.R.M.]