According to State Supreme Court justices, the lower court had too narrow a view of the word "victim" and that the officer was using non technical language because he was not an attorney.
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Dibble , 43, is charged with 17 counts of voyeurism after he allegedly secretly videotaped girls undressing at Upper Arlington's Wellington School beginning in 2002.
Justices ruled on Wednesday that alleged evidence previously thrown out in the case against a theater teacher accused of videotaping girls in the locker room was admissible.
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Justices ordered that the case go back to the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas.
Dibble had been a staff member at the Wellington School since 1998. He never applied for a teaching license in the state but Adidas Neo Advantage Clean Black was working at the school as a staff member.
Alleged evidence, including videotapes from Lawrence A. Dibble's Dublin home, were thrown out after a lower court ruling in 2010 that stated a police officer lied and misled a judge to get a search warrant.