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November 15, 2005

Long sentence for mom who was too "cool"

Since law geeks like me apparently now need to survive without A3G and Underneath Their Robes, perhaps we can turn to the headlines for entertainment.  But, this sentencing story from Colorado is really more sad than salacious:

A woman who authorities said had sex with high school boys during alcohol- and drug-fueled parties has been sentenced to 30 years in prison, officials said.  Silvia Johnson, 41, described herself to investigators as a "cool mom" who "was never popular with classmates in high school" and who was beginning to feel like one of the group.

Additional interesting details about this remarkable case comes from this extended account of Johnson's sentencing in the Rocky Mountain News.

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