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But, the court found, the law goes too far in denying any possibility of consent.
“The statute at hand embeds an irrebuttable presumption that any sexual encounter between an employee of any school and any student (without qualification as to class, school, or school system) is conclusively the result of misuse of authority," the judge wrote.
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Answer: Under Texas law, deferred adjudication and conviction records are considered public information and may be made available the general public. If a deferred case has resulted in probation, although the case has been deferred and the terms of probation satisfied, the arrest and probation will remain on file.
“The law takes away the right of the employee to assert a defense that legal consent that was freely and legitimately given – abrogating the student’s capacity to consent.” The court also noted that the ruling was based on the allegations in the indictments in the case.