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Tuesday, February 16, 2010
State Dropped charges of statuory rape
JACKSON, Tenn. (AP) -- The state has dropped a statutory rape charge filed in April against a special education teaching assistant.
The case against Terence Love of Jackson was scheduled for trial next week, but The Jackson Sun reported a judge signed an order Tuesday dismissing the charge.
A South Side High School student who was not in a class where Love assisted said she had sex with him when she was 16.
Love's lawyer filed a motion Jan. 26 requesting specific dates and times sex acts were alleged to have occurred.
The order signed by Judge Donald Allen states the girl's trial testimony "would be inconsistent and contradictory to previous statements which she has made."
Defense attorney Daniel Taylor said Wednesday there were "a lot of things that contradicted each other" and Love is glad the case is over.
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