Dallas County DA Files Motion Against Teacher Jailed on Sex Charges

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By Alabama News Network

The Dallas County District Attorney's office has filed a motion against former Selma High School teacher Latangela Williams days after she was let out of jail for a "free" day.

District Attorney Michael Jackson is asking she serve the full 10 year sentence and that she be moved to another jail with tighter restrictions.

Williams is about two months into a 14-month sentence in the Dallas County Jail -- after pleading guilty to having sex -- and sexual contact -- with two students.    

A judge has yet to set hearing date on Jackson's request.

 

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