Oct 29, 2015 4:24 PM
CONCORD - Owen Labrie, the former St. Paul's student convicted of sexual assault, has been sentenced to one year in a N.H. house of corrections and also probation.
Labrie was convicted of three misdemeanor charges of sexual assault and one felony of prohibited use of a computer for luring a child.
Labrie faced a maximum of 11 years in state prison.
Labrie's was sentenced Thursday afternoon.
He will also have to undergo sex evaluation courses as part of his probation.
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