A fifth student is seeking damages in Hamilton High sex assaults case

A fifth student is seeking damages in Hamilton High sex

5th victim steps forward in Hamilton High sex assaults, seeks damages The family of a fifth victim in the Hamilton High football sex-assault case has filed a notice of claim against the Chandler

A fifth student is seeking damages in Hamilton High sex

A fifth student is seeking damages in Hamilton High sex assaults case CLOSE CHANDLER HAMILTON HIGH FOOTBALL PLAYER ASSAULT CASESteve Belles with Brad Cesmat | 16:18 Ex-Hamilton High School coach Steve Belles talked with Brad Cesmat about hazing, the criminal investigation and his future in coaching.

Family of fourth victim in Hamilton High sex assaults to

MORE:What we know about Hamilton football assault case. Two families are asking to settle their claims against the district for $7 million each. The other family is seeking $6 million.

Family of fourth victim in Hamilton High sex assaults to

Family of fourth victim in Hamilton High sex assaults to seek damages. A $7 million claim is expected to be filed over sexual-assault allegations involving the Hamilton High School football team.

Family of fourth victim in Hamilton High sex assaults to

Family of fourth victim in Hamilton High sex assaults to seek damages A $7 million claim against the Chandler Unified School District is expected to be filed Wednesday.(Photo: Diego Mendoza-Moyers/The Republic) The family of a fourth student allegedly sexually assaulted by Hamilton High School football players plans to file a multimillion-dollar notice of claim, according to the family’s attorney.

Families of 3 victims in Hamilton High sex-assault case

Families of three students allegedly sexually assaulted by Hamilton High School football players are seeking a total of $20 million in damages, alleging coaches took steps to cover up the hazing.

Six students claim sexual assaults in Hamilton High School

An investigation was launched in February after four victims came forward accusing Hamilton High football players of molesting them between September 2015 and January 2017 in the team’s locker room.

Hamilton High students have mixed reactions to sex-assault

Hamilton High School students have mixed reactions to the current police investigation into a sex-assault case involving their school and how the scandal will affect its sports program and campus

Sixth Hamilton High Student Files Sexual Assault Claim

The family of a sixth student who alleges he was sexually assaulted by Hamilton High School football players filed a claim on September 7 seeking $10 million from the Chandler United School District. The claim filed by the family’s attorney, John Torgenson, alleges the school district was negligent in both hiring and supervising football coaches and did nothing to stop known sexual assaults.

More charges sought against Hamilton High principal

Chandler police said additional criminal charges are the result of another victim coming forward in the football sexual-assault investigation.

More charges sought against Hamilton High principal

CHANDLER HAMILTON HIGH FOOTBALL PLAYER ASSAULT CASE Attorney defends charged Hamilton player | 2:23. Ken Countryman, the attorney of Hamilton High School football player Nathaniel Thomas, 17, was joined by the teen’s family and friends after the Thomas was granted a bond by a Maricopa County Superior Court judge Wednesday afternoon.

RAPE CRISIS: 5 victims in Hamilton High football sexual

Aug 05, 2017 · 5th victim steps forward in Hamilton High sex assaults, seeks damages Yihyun Jeong, The Republic | azcentral.com Aug. 17, 2017 PHOENIX – A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled that 17-year-old Nathaniel Thomas will not be released …

Families of 3 victims in Hamilton High sex-assault case

Families of three students allegedly sexually assaulted by Hamilton High School football players are seeking a total of $20 million in damages, alleging coaches took steps to cover up the hazing.

Sixth Hamilton High Student Files Sexual Assault Claim

The first five victims’ claims, filed by Attorney Daniel Raynak, seek a total of $34 million in damages, according to 12 News.