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Questioning raises legal issues for some

Everett High school administrators and police questioned Quentin Wanham about a graffiti logo on his pants. His mother wasn't notified. Everett High school administrators and police questioned Quentin Wanham about a graffiti logo on his pants. His mother wasn't notified. (DAVID KAMERMAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / March 27, 2008

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EVERETT - Aspiring artist Quentin Wanham never imagined that some yellow scribbles on his pants would land him in the principal's office at Everett High School for questioning, with a police officer monitoring the interview. The 17-year-old senior was asked about a 6-inch-long logo, known as a graffiti tag, on his pants. (Full article: 972 words)

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