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Teacher in Rape Case Re-Sentenced to 10 Years

Stacey Rambold initially got a one-month sentence by judge who blamed victim

(Newser) - A Montana teacher was sentenced yesterday to 10 years in prison in a notorious student rape case that led to the censure of a judge who partially blamed the victim . Stacey Dean Rambold, 55, was re-sentenced by a new judge exactly a year after he completed an initial one-month prison...

Judge Suspended Longer Than 30-Day Rape Sentence

Baugh gets 31 days, will be publicly censured

(Newser) - The Montana judge who said a 14-year-old rape victim was "older than her chronological age" and was "as much in control" as the teacher who had sex with her has received a suspension a day longer than the 30 days he handed down in the case. The Montana...

Man's 30-Day Sentence in Girl's Rape Is Bogus: Court

Initial judge, who blamed victim, cited as Montana Supreme Court overturns

(Newser) - Montana's Supreme Court today dumped the jaw-dropping decision of a lower court to sentence a high school teacher to 30 days in the rape of a 14-year-old student. The high court cited Judge Todd Baugh —who suggested that the victim, who later committed suicide, was partly to blame...

Ex-Teacher Leaving Jail After 30-Day Rape Sentence

Sentence appealed to Montana high court

(Newser) - It's been a month, and that means confessed rapist Stacey Rambold is leaving prison today following a 30-day sentence that continues to fuel anger. The former teacher faces 14 years and 11 months of probation, CNN reports, and that may not be all: His short sentence, for the rape...

Court Won't Allow Judge to Undo Rapist's Sentence

Montana man's 30-day sentence will stand, at least until the appeal

(Newser) - That controversial 30-day sentence handed down to a Montana teacher who had sex with a teenage student won't be changed after all. The state Supreme Court today ruled that Judge G. Todd Baugh—the one who set off an uproar by saying the 14-year-old victim was older than her...

Judge 'Misread Law' in 30-Day Rape Sentence

Teacher will get new sentencing hearing

(Newser) - Looks like Montana's Judge Todd Baugh might be better suited to a career that doesn't involve sentencing people. After apologizing and calling himself a "blithering idiot" for remarks he made when sentencing a teacher to just 30 days for raping a 14-year-old student, Baugh has ordered a...

Teacher-Student Sex Isn't Necessarily a Crime
Teacher-Student Sex Isn't Necessarily a Crime

Teacher-Student Sex Isn't Necessarily a Crime

Former lawyer argues that 'utter hysteria' over underage cases isn't helping

(Newser) - And the honors for most provocative op-ed go to former lawyer Betsy Karasik, who argues in the Washington Post that the nation must curb its "utter hysteria" over cases involving teachers having sex with underage students: "I don’t believe that all sexual conduct between underage students and...

Rape Victim's Mom Rejects Judge's Apology

State may appeal the light sentence

(Newser) - The mother of a 14-year-old rape victim said a Montana judge was just "covering his butt" after he apologized for saying her daughter was "older than her chronological age." Auliea Hanlon spoke as protesters in Billings demanded the resignation of Judge G. Todd Baugh over the controversy,...

Judge Sorry for Comments on Teen Rape Victim

Billings judge said girl, who later committed suicide, was partly to blame

(Newser) - A Montana judge has apologized for comments he made about a 14-year-old female rape victim that seemed to take the "blame the victim" approach to a new level. "I don't know what I was thinking or trying to say," Judge G. Todd Baugh tells the Billings ...

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