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Judge G. Todd Baugh

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Education

law degree

University of Texas

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The Billings Gazette reports ...

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The Billings Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1xu3TgR) District Judge G. Todd Baugh on Wednesday sentenced James Adam Walker to 45 years in prison with five suspended for the January 2013 crime that led to the death of 29-year-old DeJuan Laster of Rockford, Illinois.


The state Supreme Court in April ...

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The state Supreme Court in April overturned Rambold's initial sentence, citing in part comments from Judge G. Todd Baugh, who suggested the victim shared responsibility.

Baugh was censured and suspended for 31 days. He's stepping down when his terms ends in January.
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Those recordings, which have never been made public, had been cited by Baugh during his sentencing.


FILE - In this undated file ...

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FILE - In this undated file photo, Montana District Judge G. Todd Baugh presides at a hearing in Great Falls, Mont. (AP Photo/Billings Gazette, Larry Mayer, File)

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District Judge G. Todd Baugh, of Billings, is scheduled to appear before the court in Helena, where one of the justices will read a censure statement prepared in advance. Baugh will likely get an opportunity to address the court, and the censure will then go into the record, state Supreme Court clerk Ed Smith said Monday.
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The Supreme Court accepted the commission's recommendation for Baugh's censure, but also added a 31-day suspension. Chief Justice Mike McGrath wrote in the order that Baugh had eroded confidence in the court system.
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Baugh sent Rambold to prison for 30 days last year after he pleaded guilty to sexual intercourse without consent.
Rambold was a 47-year-old business teacher at Billings Senior High School at the time of the 2007 rape. The victim was one of his students. She committed suicide while the case was pending trial.
Baugh said during Rambold's sentencing in August that the teenager was "probably as much in control of the situation as the defendant" and that she "appeared older than her chronological age."
Under state law, children younger than 16 cannot consent to sexual intercourse.
After a public outcry, Baugh apologized for the comments and acknowledged the short prison sentence violated state law. He attempted to revise it retroactively but was blocked when the state filed its appeal.
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Baugh, who is the son of former Washington Redskins quarterback "Slingin'" Sammy Baugh, has said he plans to retire after three decades on the bench when his term expires in December.


The earlier monthlong sentence ordered by ...

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The earlier monthlong sentence ordered by Judge G. Todd Baugh was declared illegal by the state Supreme Court after Rambold served his time and was freed last fall.

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That is the same sentence prosecutors sought last year when the case was before Baugh, who instead adopted the much more lenient term suggested by Rambold's defense attorney.
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During the first sentencing, Baugh suggested the victim had as much control over her rape as the defendant and said she "appeared older than her chronological age.


Photo: AP Former teacher Stacey Dean ...

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Photo: AP Former teacher Stacey Dean Rambold stands in a courtroom after sentencing by Judge G. Todd Baugh in Billings, Mont., for the rape of a 14-year-old student.

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Justices said Judge G. Todd Baugh of Billings eroded confidence in the court system with his actions in the case of convicted rapist and former teacher Stacey Dean Rambold.
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Baugh, 72, was ordered to appear before the court July 1 for the public censure. The judge, who is the son of former Washington Redskins quarterback "Slingin" Sammy" Baugh, sent Rambold to prison for just 30 days last year after he pleaded guilty to sexual intercourse without consent. Prosecutors appealed, and the Supreme Court in April ordered a new sentencing in the case by a different judge.
Under Montana law, children under 16 cannot consent to sexual intercourse. Baugh has apologized for his actions and said he plans to retire when his term expires in December after three decades on the bench. He drew widespread condemnation for suggesting the victim shared responsibility for her rape, including protests and a petition seeking his resignation.
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Baugh previously consented to a censure by the court but not suspension. The order on Wednesday gives him 15 days to withdraw his consent. That would return the matter to the judicial commission for formal proceedings.
Along with his comments in the case, which were made during Rambold's August sentencing hearing, Baugh was criticized by the court for handing down an illegal sentence. The judge attempted to reverse the sentence in the days that followed - a move that was blocked by the state Supreme Court. Justices chided him for nevertheless holding a hearing in September in which Baugh sought to explain the lenient sentence given to Rambold by saying it "wasn't this forcible, beat-up rape."
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