Grand Jury could meet on indictments against ReVille
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- A Grand Jury could to meet this week on the case against Louis "Skip" ReVille.
While there could be as many as 30 victims, charges have only been filed for nine victims in Mt. Pleasant. More charges could be coming out of Hanahan and Summerville.
High profile law firm Motley Rice is now representing one of the alleged victims, a former student of ReVille's at Pinewood Prep.
One attorney says the job of the law firm is to make sure nothing like this ever happens again.
"All of our efforts will be focused on making sure that this type of activity never occurs in a school again and making sure the school has policies and the appropriate training so they can identify individuals at an early age who may possess the type of characteristics and behavior as Louis ReVille," said attorney Marlon Kimpson of the Motley Rice Law Firm.
ReVille is scheduled to undergo a mental evaluation ordered by his own attorney later this week.
We'll have more on this story as it develops.