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Altice, who is serving a minimum of two years in prison after pleading guilty last April to three counts of forcible sexual abuse, also said that she had no 'evil or malicious intent' by having sexual contact with her three victims.In the letter, obtained by The Salt Lake Tribune, she also responded to allegations that she allowed the boys to skip class and hang out with her, saying that she frequently let both male and female students spend time together in her classroom before and after school and during their lunch hour.
It is not clear where the assignment originated from as teachers can upload their own lesson plans to the database.One defense lawyer said the amendment is no loophole.'I don't consider this a loophole,' Stephen Allred, a defense attorney with Zabriskie Law Firm, told KUTV.'These 16 and 17 year olds do have a choice, and they have chosen to engage in this,' he said, adding that legislators amended the law to, 'take the teacher portion out of the equation'.We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on Mail Online.The dance and social studies teacher at Landmark High School, in Spanish Fork, pleaded guilty to forcible sexual abuse in June, a second-degree penalty which holds a possible sentence of one to 15 years, reported KUTV.However, Lewis's lawyer, Tom Means, filed a motion to dismiss her guilty plea in July after he claimed he had found an amended statute in Utah Code that could have reduced her original rape charge even more.A spokeswoman for the Provo, Utah-based university insisted that was not the case.
"While I cannot talk about an individual case, I can assure you that we would never put a hold on a student's registration because she reported her rape to the police," BYU spokeswoman Carri Jenkins told NBC News. “As a policy, we don’t confirm the receipt of complaints publicly,” an official there said.Two months later, Barney was notified that BYU has launched an Honor Code investigation into her.BYU, which is a private school run by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints, bars students under its Honor Code from, among other things, having premarital sex, same-sex dating, drinking alcohol — or even being in the bedroom of someone of the opposite sex.The BYU honor code is far more restrictive than most other university codes. This code is on a collision course with Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sex discrimination at any schools that receive funds from the U. The aforementioned online petition was launched earlier this month by 20-year-old BYU student Madi Barney, who reported last September that she was raped in her off-campus apartment by a man who is not a BYU student.Created by BYU students in 1949, it forbids students from drinking, using drugs, wearing tight clothing, gambling, drinking coffee, homosexual conduct, engaging in premarital sex, or being in the bedroom of anyone of the opposite sex. According to police documents, the alleged attacker, Nasiru Seidu, admitted to Barney during a phone conversation that he had raped her. After agonizing for four days over whether she could report the assault and afford to be charged with an honor code violation, Barney went to the police and the university.Girls were also told to 'be feminine', 'show respect' and 'if you think you're too fat, keep it to yourself', in the 'Suggestions for the girls' handouts by Highland High School in Salt Lake City, Utah.