I had my iPhone out in my 8th period class, and my teacher caught me. After school, I told her I was texting my aunt because I needed a ride to work after school...however the teacher refused to give it back to me. She took it the the principal and he pulled me into the office the next day telling me he was keeping the phone for a year (school policy; I have one other previous offense of getting my phone taken up but my aunt was able to get it back after I served punishment). School policy is that if a student gets their cell phone twice in a school year, the school will keep it for the rest of the school year. My aunt called up there once and they refused to give it back to her. Legally the phone belongs to my aunt, not me, and that's my argument -- they can't legally take up her phone for the rest of the school year, but they can take up mine. The phone in question belongs to my aunt. So, now, I'm taking matters into my own hands. I told my aunt to come pick me up after school tomorrow at which time I'll have already visited the office. She can come in with me and argue...however I'll probably end up with the satisfaction of getting pissy with the school authorities (my aunt has dropped the issue of the cell phone as she knows a lot of the school staff and is friends with them). I'm going to tell the principal that the phone belongs to my aunt, and she did not give me permission to bring the phone on campus and she did not know I had it. If he refuses, I'm going to call the police and get legal on their asses. What can I say and legally do (I'm in a Mississippi school district) to get my phone back to my aunt?