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A former student at St. Paul’s School who was convicted of sexually assaulting a then freshman girl will be sentenced this afternoon.

If given the maximum sentence 20-year-old Owen Labrie could face up to 11 years in prison.

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A Concord judge has rejected Owen Labrie’s motion to set aside an illegal computer charge in the case involving the sexual assault of a then 15-year-old freshman at St. Paul’s School.

Geoff Forester/Concord Monitor

The State prosecutor in the St. Paul’s sexual assault case is asking the judge to let the only felony conviction stand.

Former student Owen Labrie was found guilty of using his computer to seduce a minor. If the charge remains – Labrie could face up to seven years in prison and have to register as a sex offender for life.

Courtesy of St. Paul's School's Website

At St. Paul's School, dorms are full again and on afternoons you can see students walking across the Concord campus dressed for practice as they gear up for the fall athletic season. It looks like a typical start to a new school year, but the first weeks of classes come not quite a month after high profile trial put St Paul's School front and center in the national media.