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Teen and teacher having sexual relations leads to arrest

If you're a private school or public school teacher in Florida, the last thing you want to have happen is for someone to accuse you of sexual assault. Even if you aren't found guilty, these kinds of allegations can lead to you losing your job, facing scrutiny, and having a tarnished reputation for the foreseeable future. If you find yourself struggling with allegations of sexual misconduct, it's important that you speak to an attorney and develop a defense immediately.

According to news from Jan. 25, one former middle school teacher in Texas has now been charged with having a sexual relationship with a student she had been tutoring. According to the story, the 31-year-old pleaded guilty after being accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student starting from the time when he was 15. The misconduct allegedly took place four or more times.

When the woman first came under investigation in 2012, she was fired from her job as a middle school teacher. She allegedly had sex with the teen twice in her classroom when she was meant to be tutoring him in Language Arts, according to the news. She was allegedly planning to flee the country to Mexico, according to a news report, but she was arrested in Feb. 2012 and unable to run.

In this case, what's peculiar is that even though she was charged, the two continued to see each other. When the teen was 16, he evidently was leaving with her from his father's home. The police charged her with harboring a runaway. At one point, the alleged victim supposedly told a reporter that he was in love with the woman.

Source: Huffington Post, "Kathryn Camille Murray, Former Teacher, Gets 1 Year In Prison For Sex Assault Of Former Student" No author given, Jan. 25, 2014

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