No settlement in bullying lawsuit

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Judge sets new trial date in case involving school bullying issue

By Donna Carman

Repeating what he said two weeks ago, Casey Circuit Judge James G. Weddle said on Monday that he would not sign any settlement agreement in a civil case involving former students and local educators that contained a confidentiality clause.

“I have not, and will not, sign an order that seals the terms of the settlement,” Weddle told attorneys for both sides.

Instead, Weddle gave the attorneys 10 days to file any additional documents in the case, and set a trial date for March 9, 2009.

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