A judge found a Miamisburg Middle School teacher guilty in sexual battery and unlawful conduct with a minor. Langford is accused of having sex with a 14-year-old student in a locked classroom. The boy testified that Langford told him to stick to the story after the principal interrupted the tryst. After the principal intervened, the tryst escalated, and the boy told the police.
Earlier this week, the jury heard 10 hours of testimony, including video evidence. The jury ordered subs and salad as lunch. Today, the jury will resume deliberations. The trial will continue at 10 a.m. today. The jury will continue deliberating into the morning. Jessica Langford is facing six counts of sexual battery. If convicted, she faces a maximum sentence of 50 years in prison.
Langford was in prison for one year, but she was released after that year. She is required to complete five years of probation, and must register her address with the local sheriff’s office every 90 days. Her lawyer initially appealed to overturn her conviction, but she later retracted it. After being released from prison, she began working for Miamisburg. She must meet with probation officers once every three months and complete mandatory community service.
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The court heard evidence that Langford and the child had sex for 20-30 minutes during a class trip. The encounter was witnessed by the principal. The child later confided in her father, a police officer. Langford pleaded not guilty to three counts of sexual battery and unlawful sexual contact with a minor, but the jury found her guilty after 90 minutes of deliberation. She was sentenced for 10 years.
After completing her one-year sentence, Jessica Langford must register as a sex offender for the rest of her life. Although her sentence was harsh, she will be able to continue teaching once she is released. After completing her sentence, Langford must register as a Tier III sex offender and serve five years of probation. There are still no public statements made by Langford about her conviction, but the news about her sentencing is certainly not good.