Punishment doesn't seem to be enough

In our opinion, former W.S. Neal Elementary School special education teacher Lisa Carolyn Odom got off lightly following her guilty plea last week to a misdemeanor charge of computer tampering.

The prosecution in that case was handled by the Alabama attorney general's office.

Odom was originally charged with a felony count of computer tampering for going into the W.S. Neal High School computer and changing grades which altered students' standing in the top 10.

By her guilty plea in Escambia County Circuit Court we know she had to admit to changing grades. This was no laughing matter back in Ma...

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