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Stevens avoids jail for false rape claim

A woman who falsely cried rape has been granted probation, but has been ordered to go for counseling after telling a lie which could have resulted in a man facing felony charges.
The woman, Melissa M. Stevens, 28, was given an 11-month, 29-day probationary sentence but released on time served after coming before General Sessions Judge Bill Locke. She entered a plea agreement to the lesser charge of obstruction of justice instead of the original charge of filing a false report. She will be required to pay court costs as part of her sentence.
Stevens told police she had been ...


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