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Woman has illicit affair with teen that lasts weeks

Sex-related charges in Louisiana require a firm defense because of the possible penalties that can come with a conviction. For people who are facing these charges, there are three primary concerns that are usually present -- protecting their reputation, proving their innocence, and minimizing possible penalties they face. The first step in addressing these concerns is getting your defense against the charges started.

A 38-year-old Louisiana woman is facing criminal charges in Jefferson Parish for allegedly having an illicit affair with a teenage boy. That relationship lasted approximately three weeks and was ended when one of the woman's friends reported the relationship to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office upon discovering what was going on.

The woman allegedly met the 16-year-old boy through acquaintances. The affair she had with him occurred in April of 2015, but police officers were only recently able to locate her. She was recently arrested at her home while police were investigating an unrelated matter. She has been charged with indecent behavior of a juvenile and carnal knowledge of a juvenile based on the evidence collected in the months-long investigation.

The teenage boy has spoken to the authorities regarding the incident. He claims that the woman threatened him, which is why he didn't speak up about what was going on. According to NOLA.com, the encounters between the woman and the teen occurred at her home in Harvey.

The woman was issued an order of protection that demands she refrain from contacting the victim. Her bond was set at $5,000 after she was booked into the Jefferson Parish Correctional Facility.

Source: New York Daily News, "Louisiana woman had sexual relationship with boy, 16, and threatened him if he told anyone," Tim Perone, April 16, 2016

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