Texas Teacher Accused on Inappropriate Relationship with Student
Another Texas teacher has been accused of having inappropriate contact with a student. 31-year-old Jessica Guilbeaux was arrested due to the fact that a student claims that he had sex with her after his senior prom.
Sexual crimes carry a particular stigma in our culture and can have long-lasting and far-reaching consequences for people. As a result, it is important to consult with an attorney who has experience defending against these types of charges.
According to a report by myfoxdfw.com, Guilbeaux was a chaperone at the prom last April and began to flirt with the 18-year-old student. After the dance, she took him home and the two had sex. Since the incident, the student has graduated from the school. Because the student was over 18 when the incident occurred, Guilbeaux was arrest for the relatively new crime of improper relations with a student.
Conviction of even a minor sexually related crime can mean that you need to register as a sex offender, a designation that could severely impact where you can work or even live. The types of sex crimes that our law firm handles include:
Child sexual abuse
Child pornography crimes
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