NOT CHARGED | SEXUAL CONDUCT WITH A MINOR – (DMC No. 4129) State v. Ms. G.: Ms. G. was a teacher at a local high school who was accused of having sexual contact with a fifteen (15) year old male student. The male student ultimately refused to cooperative with police, and would not partake in a “confrontation call”, whereby he would seek to obtain a confession on tape from Ms. G over the phone. In addition, Ms. G invoked her rights and would not allow herself to be interviewed, and we were the only ones the police were allowed to have contact with. Due to a subsequently lack of evidence, charges were not brought against Ms. G. This is an example of protecting a client by utilizing their Fifth Amendment Rights to their full advantage.