(AL.com) — An Alabama teacher charged with having sex with a student sought to have the law overturned that prohibits consensual sex between students and teachers.
An Alabama judge denied that request.
Morgan County District Judge Brent Craig issued a two-page ruling Friday denying a motion that sought to make the state's student-teacher sex law unconstitutional. Specifically, the law prohibits a school employee from engaging in a sex act with a student under the age of 19.
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