Attorney Jim Davis and client Leslie DeWitt receive a jury’s verdict in Hancock County Circuit Court, where she was found guilty of twice touching a 16-year-old student for lustful purposes. DeWitt, sentenced to 30 years in prison, plans to appeal to the state Supreme Court for a new trial.
Attorney Jim Davis and client Leslie DeWitt receive a jury’s verdict in Hancock County Circuit Court, where she was found guilty of twice touching a 16-year-old student for lustful purposes. DeWitt, sentenced to 30 years in prison, plans to appeal to the state Supreme Court for a new trial. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com File
Attorney Jim Davis and client Leslie DeWitt receive a jury’s verdict in Hancock County Circuit Court, where she was found guilty of twice touching a 16-year-old student for lustful purposes. DeWitt, sentenced to 30 years in prison, plans to appeal to the state Supreme Court for a new trial. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com File

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