Remember the Kutztown 13? It seems their case has been resolved. n meetings with students over the last several days, the Berks County juvenile probation office has quietly offered the students a deal in which all charges would be dropped in exchange for 15 hours of community service, a letter of apology, a class on personal responsibility and a few months of probation.
“The probation department realizes this is small potatoes,” said William Bispels, an attorney representing nearly half the accused students.
The 13 were initially charged with computer trespass and computer theft, both felonies, and could have faced a wide range of sanctions, including juvenile detention. Read more here.