What can happen to your kids if they’re caught sexting, sending explicit images

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In this week alone, two high schools in the U.S. were under heavy scrutiny after sexting scandals among their students.

One across the country in Colorado and one was very close to home at Kings Park High School in Long Island.

Two students were arrested and 20 others were suspended for receiving or sending out a video of two students engaged in a sex act. But how much trouble can some of these students get into?

New York Criminal Attorney Deboarh Blum and psychologist Dr. Jodi Gold tells us more about it.