Ohio Mom Jailed for Lying to Get Her Kids Into a Better School District

By Tom McCarthy

Jan 26, 2011 11:35pm

An Ohio mom was sentenced last week to 10 days in county jail for falsifying residency records in order to get her two daughters into a better school district. Kelley Williams-Bolar of Akron said she did it to keep her kids safe.  But that didn't cut it with the judge, who also slapped her with two years' probation. So tonight we ask you: Should a mom go to jail for breaking the law to help her kids?   Do you understand why she did it? Would you?

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