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Former Teacher Wants Less Jail Time After Affair With Student

Former Centertown teacher Pamela Rogers and her attorney filed a motion in Warren County this week claiming Rogers has suffered emotional torture and public humiliation as a result of her highly publicized sexual affair with a 13-year-old student.

Because of her emotional stress, he said Rogers should have her eight-year prison sentence reduced.

Rogers originally served several months of her sentence before being released on probation, but was sent back to jail earlier this year after sending the young victim messages and revealing photos of herself.

This case has been the talk of Centertown for nearly two years now.

She is set to appear in a Warren County court room next week for the photos she sent to the boy.

She could receive additional time. As it stands she will not be up for parole until 2008.

Pamela's attorney said she had been a law-abiding citizen prior to this incident and that she still has support within her community.

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