Montana Man Faces 10 Year Sentence for Rape

In 2007, a teacher named Stacey Rambold was convicted in Montana for raping Cherice Moralez, a 14-year-old student, who later committed suicide. In a sentencing decision that sparked outrage throughout the country, District Judge G. Todd Baugh imposed a ridiculously light sentence on Rambold for the crime. Baugh said… » 9/25/14 10:00am 9/25/14 10:00am

After 30 Days in Prison, Rapist Teacher Is Free to Go

30 days ago, convicted rapist Stacey Rambold went to prison, as convicted rapists should. Today, he's out, because a judge decided that repeatedly raping your troubled 14-year-old student — she later killed herself — isn't that big a deal if she seemed "older than her chronological age" and thus was totally in control… » 9/26/13 1:50pm 9/26/13 1:50pm

Judge Decides It Was 'Illegal' to Sentence Teacher to 30 Days for Rape

Last week, Montana judge Todd Baugh sentenced high school teacher Stacey Rambold to 30 days in jail for raping his 14-year-old student, who later killed herself. He also made some hideously tone-deaf comments in which he essentially blamed the teenaged rape victim, Cherice Moralez, stating that she was "older than her… » 9/04/13 3:40pm 9/04/13 3:40pm