CCSD Teacher Faces Multiple Charges Over Alleged Misconduct with Student

OverviewA Clark County School District high school teacher is facing a slew of charges after allegedly behaving inappropriately with one of his students.

Jason Lofthouse has been teaching in the district since 2010. Now he may be facing two counts of first degree kidnapping under NRS 200.310, four counts of sexual acts with a student under NRS 201.540 and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor under NRS 201.090.

Each of these individual crimes carries serious penalties. When they are combined together the stakes are even higher. If he is convicted, Lofthouse may be facing considerable time in prison. Even if he is never convicted, the damage done to his reputation will already be difficult to address. That is why a competent Nevada criminal defense attorney is such an indispensable part of the justice system.

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