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A high school track coach from northwestern Indiana is facing two charges of rape. Deandre J. Jackson, 25, was booked on Monday, May 10, 2017 in connection to a sexual assault reported the same weekend as a state track competition in Bloomington, according to the Hoosier Times.
Were you or a loved one sexually assaulted by Deandre Jackson, a former track coach in northwestern Indiana? Our experienced personal injury attorneys are here to help. You are not alone. We believe you, and we believe your voice deserves to be heard.
Sexual assault is unacceptable in any form. While details are scant on the charges against Deandre Jackson, authorities believe he sexually assaulted a student at the school where he coached, perhaps even a student athlete he coached. Thankfully, Indiana prosecutors are working to hold Jackson to account for his alleged misconduct, but civil action may also be possible. If you or a loved one were assaulted, you may be eligible to file a civil lawsuit.
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