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A Star-Ledger analysis of 97 cases in New Jersey over the past decade reveals significant disparities: Men are on average sent to jail in more cases and receive longer sentences.
The data about 72 men and 25 women also shows: •Male defendants went to prison in 54 percent of cases compared with 44 percent of cases for female defendants; •Men averaged 2.4 years in prison compared with 1.6 years in prison for women, or 50 percent more time; •Ninety-three of the 97 cases ended in plea deals; •Forty-seven cases ended in noncustodial sentences, which typically involved pre-trial intervention programs or probation.
All cases studied involve teachers, substitute teachers, coaches or school personnel who admitted to, or were convicted of, engaging in sexual relationships with students connected to their school.
"Juries and judges sort of make a consideration about how exploitative the crime is and how predatory the perpetrator is," Horn said.
This is not inclusive of every teacher-student case in the past 10 years.
• Former Essex County teacher of the year admits having sex with 15-year-old student • West Orange teacher pleads not guilty to sex with student • West Orange teacher charged with having sexual relationship with 15-year-old student The newspaper’s analysis included several high-profile cases, including a female Hammonton High gym teacher accused of having sexual contact with multiple students who wound up being fined and losing her teaching license and a Sussex County case in which the 15-year-old female victim wrote a letter to the judge pleading for leniency for her former Kittatinny Regional High School teacher, a man, who received a three-year term.
"Particularly if you have a small 16-year-old, you tend to have a big 18-year-old two years later." John Esmerado, an assistant prosecutor in Union County who heads the office’s Child Advocacy Center, said generally when there is a supervisory relationship and sexual intercourse or penetration, his office begins plea discussions at a state prison offer.
Because they’re 24 hours away, does that make them that much more vulnerable? She was sentenced to seven years in jail, the highest term of the female cases. Crime Victims’ Law Center, has represented victims in these cases about a half-dozen times over the past 20 years.