A Superior Court judge has decided that two New Jersey school districts can sue students who harass their peers.

Attorneys involved in the case say that the decision delivers the message that parents can be held liable when their children bully others. It could also spur similar lawsuits.

Jonna Spilbor and Arthur Aidala discussed the case on “Fox and Friends.”

Spilbor agreed with the decision. She said that if parents know bullying could cost them money, they will step in to stop it.

“Let’s just clog our whole legal system with little kids fighting in the schoolyard,” Aidala quipped.

Watch their fiery debate above.


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