Attorney Cited For Prostitution Not Returning To High School Mock Trial Team

(Mayville) A Mayville attorney cited for prostitution with an alleged underage girl will likely no longer be volunteering for the high school’s mock trial team. Jeremy Vanderloop was issued the ordinance citation for prostitution by a Dodge County sheriff’s deputy on April 22. The citation came after police had a suspicious encounter with two Milwaukee women who were pulled over in a car rented by Vanderloop. When he was questioned, Vanderloop allegedly conceded that he was with a female he believed to be 22-years-old at a Mequon hotel.  No criminal charges have been filed against Vanderloop; the prostitution citation is a municipal violation.

Immediately after Vanderloop was cited, he departed a law firm that volunteers with the Mayville High School’s Mock Trial Team. While District Superintendent Scott Sabol could not provide a definitive timeline of Vanderloop’s involvement with the mock trial team, he did say that he was volunteering with the group when Sabol joined the district three years ago. This year’s mock trial season concluded in mid-March.

Sabol did not comment on the prostitution case against Vanderloop but did explain that all mock trial meetings are occupied by a district staff member and each volunteer is approved by the board annually. He says that the school had a partnership with the law  firm Vanderloop had been associated with in the past and they would again send a volunteer to support the mock trial team. Sabol says that he hopes that the district can continue their relationship with the newly-renamed and restructured law firm moving forward.