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Orange County, Ca Teacher Arrested on Charges of Unlawful Sex

Posted by Courtney Pilchmann | Nov 12, 2008 | 0 Comments

Carlie Attebury, 29 was arrested for having sexual encounters with a student. Attebury was a music teacher at El Modena High School in the city of Orange. Between the dates of February and September, 2008 Attebury is accused of having multiple sexual encounters with a 15 year old male student. According to the Orange County District Attorney's Office, these encounters took place at Attebury's home in Orange.

The principal at El Modena became suspicious of the student-teacher relationship and contacted the Orange Police Department. During the course of the investigation, the male student admitted the sexual relationship and officials also learned that Attebury tried to discourage the student from participating in the investigation.

Attebury was arraigned on Monday, in the Santa Ana Justice Center on 8 counts of sexual misconduct including Penal Code Section 288(c)(1)-Lewd Act, PC 288a(b)(2)-Oral Copulation, PC 289(i)-Sexual Penetration by a foreign object, PC 261.5- Unlawful Sexual Intercourse, PC 136.1- Dissuading a Witness from Reporting a Crime.

Attebury plead not guilty to the charges, was released on $250,000 bail and her next court date is December 22, 2008 at the Santa Ana Justice Center

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Courtney Pilchman is a certified criminal law specialist who was a Deputy District Attorney for over six years prior to becoming a criminal defense attorney. She was a member of some of the most elite prosecution units including crimes against children, family violence, and sexual assault. She pr...

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