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Last month, he pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, one count of accosting a minor for immoral purposes and four counts of possession of child sexually explicit material. 19, he was sentenced to 45 days in a juvenile facility before returning home for probation, sparking outrage in the community. 4, he could potentially be back in Brighton High School, where the now 14-year-old he assaulted is trying to resume her life as a student and overcome the post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety that caused her to leave school for a time.“This is a life sentence he has forced on me and I didn't do the wrong thing,” said the girl.
“He has 45 days in prison—in jail—and I didn't do anything and it’s going to haunt me for the rest of my life.”The Livingston Daily does not typically identify victims of sexual assault, nor the accused perpetrators when they are minors.
The pattern of assault initially began when other adults were not present in the home, a prosecutor said Saturday.
Though a police report indicated this was Godinez' first arrest, Judge Stephanie K.
It’s the parents’ choice on how to teach and raise, but the school can do something, too.”As a victim of sexual assault, she added that she wants people to know how difficult her experience has been.
Even now, she is afraid to go to school and believes others blame her for the assault.“They treat me like it’s my fault or I asked for it,” she said.
“I don’t believe it is safe for Brighton schools, specifically Brighton High School, to have sexual offenders, especially a tier three, roaming the halls, especially serial sexual offenders.”She added that if the boy who assaulted her daughter were permitted to return, her daughter, who has begun to recover from the trauma, would not be able to stay in the school.
A judge denied bail Saturday to a southwest suburban man accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a young female relative over four years. For four years, Godinez repeatedly engaged in a number of sexual acts with the girl, according to a police report.
Jose Godinez, 32, of Oak Forest, is charged with predatory criminal sexual assault. Godinez, a chef, admitted that he made sexual contact with the girl — but said it was only one time, and only because he thought she was his wife, prosecutors said Saturday in court."It just happened," he was said to have told investigators.
Miller denied bail, saying Godinez was a real and present threat to the community.
Godinez was ordered to have no contact with the victim, her family or anyone under the age of 18.
Behind the girl, offering support, was one of the younger girls the boy had also assaulted, who told the board that that's not the only problem.