Audiences are eager about cheering at graduation ceremonies. However, three persons in Mississippi who cheered when they weren’t supposed to at the Senatocia High School graduation now face misdemeanor public disturbance charges.
Audiences are eager about cheering at graduation ceremonies. However, three persons in Mississippi who cheered when they weren’t supposed to at the Senatocia High School graduation now face misdemeanor public disturbance charges. . File photo
Audiences are eager about cheering at graduation ceremonies. However, three persons in Mississippi who cheered when they weren’t supposed to at the Senatocia High School graduation now face misdemeanor public disturbance charges. . File photo

Cheers bring charges at graduation in Mississippi

June 04, 2015 11:41 AM

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