Mentaly challenged dating
Westmoreland County Judge Meagan Bilik-De Fazio sentenced Pollard on Wednesday for violating the terms of probation for his sexual assault conviction.
The judge sentenced Pollard to serve one to two years in jail, but he was given credit for the time he spent behind bars since his arrest last summer.
"And lets face it, depending on what [the illness] is, it could very well make you uncompetitive in the larger dating pool." Fortunately, there are a number of alternatives.
A new breed of dating site has emerged to play cupid for people with chronic diseases and disabilities.
She accused Pollard of violating the protection order when he kicked and punched her and harassed her through telephone calls from jail.Under federal law, public schools may no longer assume that all retarded children must be sent to special classrooms.