Owen Labrie

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A New Hampshire prep school graduate convicted of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old classmate is set to be released from jail.

Twenty-three-year-old Owen Labrie, a graduate of St. Paul's School in Concord, reported to the Merrimack County jail just after Christmas, after a judge refused to shorten his sentence. 

Labrie had been due to serve the remaining 10 months of his jail sentence but was expected to be released today for good behavior.

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New Hampshire's Supreme Court on Friday denied a request for a new trial for an elite prep school graduate who argued the failures of his star-studded legal team resulted in his conviction for using a computer to lure an underage student for sex.

Owen Labrie Ordered to Prison After Christmas

Dec 19, 2018
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A New Hampshire judge has ruled that convicted sex offender Owen Labrie will have to serve the remaining 10 months of his jail sentence. 

 

The former Saint Paul's School student was found guilty of three counts of misdemeanor sexual assault and other charges stemming from an encounter he had with fellow student Chessy Prout. 

 

Labrie's lawyers had asked the court to suspend the rest of his one year prison sentence, arguing that their client has served sufficient time under house arrest. He had been under strict curfew for more than two years. 

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Former St. Paul's School student Owen Labrie was in court Wednesday asking for a new trial more than three years after he was convicted of sexual assaulting an under-aged student.

 

The jury found Labrie guilty on a charge of using a computer to lure the victim. During the trial, email and Facebook messages between Labrie and then fellow student Chessy Prout were used as evidence.

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The New Hampshire Supreme Court has upheld the 2015 convictions of a prep school graduate found guilty of using a computer to lure a girl for sex and assaulting her.

Owen Labrie, of Tunbridge, Vermont, was acquitted of raping the 15-year-old classmate at St. Paul's School. But he was convicted of the felony computer charge — requiring him to register as a sex offender — and two misdemeanors.

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St. Paul’s School in Concord is settling a civil lawsuit brought by the family of a former student, Chessy Prout, who was a 15-year-old freshman at the elite boarding school when she accused then senior Owen Labrie of sexually assaulting her.

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The state’s highest court will hear an appeal from a St. Paul’s graduate convicted of sexually assaulting a freshman student on campus in 2014.

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St. Paul’s School graduate Owen Labrie is asking the state’s highest court to review a New Hampshire law that requires him to register as a lifetime sex offender.

Labrie was convicted in 2015 of having sex with a fifteen year-old classmate while he was a student at the Concord prep school. The law at issue involves the use of a computer to lure a minor for sex.

Read the latest filings in the case right here.

Labrie Denied New Trial in St. Paul's Sexual Assault Case

Apr 19, 2017
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A Concord judge Wednesday denied a new trial for St. Paul graduate Owen Labrie. Labrie was convicted in 2015 of having sex with a minor on the prep school campus.

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Well-known Boston attorney J.W. Carney stands by the defense he provided Owen Labrie, a former St. Paul's School student, during his 2015 trial for sexual assault.

On Thursday, Labrie's hearing for a new trial on the basis his legal team poorly represented him officially wrapped up after three days. Labrie, who's now 21, is free on bail while he appeals his one year sentence.

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Feb 23, 2017

Governor Sununu signs his first bill into law; it makes New Hampshire the 11th state to allow gun owners to carry concealed without a permit.  A bill  to extend civil rights protections to people who are transgender wins the backing of a house committee.  And former St. Paul's student Owen Labrie is back in court seeking a new trial.


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Owen Labrie’s legal team gave conflicting viewpoints Wednesday on how they represented Labrie during his 2015 trial for sexual assault.

The St. Paul’s graduate is currently asking for a new trial on the basis that he had ineffective counsel. 

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In 2015 Owen Labrie was convicted of having sex with a then-15-year-old freshman at St. Paul’s School when he was a senior at the time and using a computer to lure her in.

The now 21-year-old is asking for a new trial on the grounds that his legal team did a poor job of representing him.

NHPR’s Paige Sutherland has been covering this ongoing case and attended Tuesday’s hearing. She spoke with All Things Considered Host Peter Biello about it.

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St. Paul’s graduate Owen Labrie will present his case for a new trial this week in Concord. In 2015 Labrie was sentenced to one year in prison for having sex with a minor as well as using a computer to lure her.

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Jury selection in a civil suit against St. Paul’s School is set for March of 2018. The Concord prep school is being sued for allegedly allowing an unhealthy sexual culture to foster on campus.

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A former New Hampshire prep school student requesting a new trial on charges of sexual assault and using a computer to lure a minor says emails between him and a 15-year-old student don't support the computer charge because they never left the school's internal intranet server.

Owen Labrie is appealing his convictions, arguing they resulted from ineffective counsel during his 2015 trial. The St. Paul's School graduate was convicted as part of a game of sexual conquest called Senior Salute.

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The victim in the Owen Labrie sexual assault case is speaking out publicly for the first time.

In an interview Tuesday morning on NBC’s The Today Show, 17-year-old Chessy Prout spoke about her decision to reveal her identity.

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The victim in the Owen Labrie sexual assault case will speak out publicly for the first time during an interview on NBC’s The Today Show Tuesday morning.

The teenage girl has remained anonymous since the assault took place on the St. Paul’s School campus in May of 2014. She was 15 years old at the time.

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Lawyers for a New Hampshire prep school sex assault victim say parents and alumni at St. Paul's School helped raise over $100,000 for her alleged attacker's defense team.

The Boston Globe reports documents filed in a New Hampshire federal court Thursday allege that Joshua Abram, described as a "prominent SPS parent" in the filings, contributed $10,000 and solicited more donations from other parents and alumni.

The money allegedly helped graduate Owen Labrie pay for prominent attorney J.W. Carney, who represented notorious Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger.

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The parents of a girl who was sexually assaulted by a former graduate of St. Paul’s School are suing the Concord prep school. The family filed the lawsuit Wednesday in federal court.

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An attorney for Owen Labrie, the St. Paul’s School graduate convicted of having sex with a minor last summer, can no longer represent him in his push for a new trial.

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After nearly two months behind bars, the St. Paul’s School graduate convicted of having sex with a minor will be released from jail within the week.

On Monday Judge Larry Smukler restored bail for Owen Labrie, 21, after he revoked it in March because of broken curfews.  

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New Hampshire's highest court has asked a lower court to consider reinstating bail for Owen Labrie, the former St. Paul's school student convicted of having sex with an underage classmate.

The New Hampshire Supreme Court says trial Judge Larry Smukler acted within his discretion when he revoked Owen Labrie's bail after Labrie serially violated a curfew. But the court says that Labrie's bail violations don't indicate "an inclination towards further criminal conduct."

 

The lawyer for a New England prep school graduate convicted of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old freshman as part of game of sexual conquest has filed arguments appealing a judge's decision to revoke his bail.

The arguments filed Monday say the judge didn't consider conditions by which Owen Labrie abided by his bail requirements, or any alternative or combination of conditions by which he would likely abide. The lawyer also said the judge didn't consider that Labrie's bail conditions were more restrictive. The state hasn't responded yet.

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One day after requesting a new trial, a St. Paul's School graduate convicted of having sex with a minor is now asking to be let out of jail.

Owen Labrie has asked the New Hampshire Supreme Court to restore his bail after it was revoked last month for breaking his court-ordered curfew multiple times.

Labrie Requests New Trial, Claiming Ineffective Counsel

Apr 6, 2016
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A St. Paul’s School graduate convicted of sexually assaulting a minor and using a computer to lure her is requesting a new trial.

Owen Labrie’s current lawyer says his previous attorneys failed to take serious the computer charge, which carried the strictest sentence and required him to register as a lifetime sex offender. 

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Owen Labrie, the St. Paul’s School graduate convicted last summer of sexually assaulting a minor, was taken away in handcuffs Friday afternoon for breaking his bail.

Labrie, 20, will have to serve out his one-year sentence at Merrimack County Jail while he appeals to the New Hampshire Supreme Court, which could take months.

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Lawyers for Owen Labrie, the St. Paul’s School graduate facing one year of incarceration for having sex with a minor last summer, say Labrie broke his bail conditions for  good reason.

The filing comes after prosecutors this week asked a judge to revoke Labrie’s bail for missing his curfew.

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St. Paul’s School in Concord will host a three-day conference this spring examining the impact of technology on student relationships at boarding schools. 

Labrie Appeals Rape Convictions To N.H. Supreme Court

Nov 25, 2015
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A former St. Paul’s student who was convicted of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old freshman is appealing to the state Supreme Court. Twenty-year-old Owen Labrie was sentenced in October to a year in county jail along with having to register as a sex offender for life. 

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