Virginia School Board Beats Suit Over ‘No Trespass’ Letters

Dec. 3, 2021, 7:01 PM

The Loudoun County, Va., school board, board members, and school employees Friday defeated an appeal by a parent who claimed that no-trespass letters prohibiting him from entering school property violated his First Amendment and due process rights.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit affirmed summary judgment for the defendants on various claims asserted by Brian Davison, who in 2015 was barred from his children’s school based on allegedly disruptive and threatening behavior.

School officials issued the no-trepass letters based on Davison’s alleged behavior at a back-to-school night where he interrupted his children’s teachers to raise non-relevant questions; ...

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