Brian Claypool

Claypool Law Firm

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Principal at Claypool Law Firm and one of the attorneys representing the plaintiffs in the Miramonte Elementary School child abuse scandal

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Rafe Esquith teaches fifth grade at LA Unified's Hobart Elementary School in Koreatown.  He's been profiled by PBS, CBS, Time and People.

Is the Wrong Person in Teacher Jail?

Rafe Esquith teaches fifth grade at LA Unified's Hobart Elementary School in Koreatown.  He's been profiled by PBS, CBS, Time and People.

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Former third grade teacher Mark Berndt is serving 25 years for sexually abusing children at LA Unified’s Miramonte Elementary School.

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Former third grade teacher Mark Berndt is serving 25 years for sexually abusing children at LA Unified’s Miramonte Elementary School.

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