Virginia judge who allows the rapist to go free, sentenced a man in a sexual assault case not to go to jail

Judge of the Chesterfield circuit T.J. Hauler (pictured) has sentenced a man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl without a jail sentence

Judge of the Chesterfield circuit T.J. Hauler (pictured) has sentenced a man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl without a jail sentence

Judge of the Chesterfield circuit T.J. Hauler (pictured) has sentenced a man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl without a jail sentence

A Virginia judge who previously allowed a rapist to go free has sentenced a man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl to not go to jail.

Logan Michael Osborn, 19, pleaded guilty in September to the charge of having carnal knowledge of the teenager and was sentenced to 10 years in prison, with eight years suspended.

But on Wednesday, the judge of the Chesterfield circuit T.J. Hauler decided to suspend the execution of the prison sentence because he wanted more time to review the case, reports Fox News.

Prosecutors say that Osborn met the girl in a high school play in April 2017 and the couple went for a walk together after the show.

According to reports, he took her away from people, tied a belt around her neck and hands and sexually assaulted her, pushing her on her knees and against a fence.

She testified that she cried during the entire assault.

But Osborn's lawyers, who has been charged with rape on seven different occasions, argued that the incident was consensual, highlighting text messages where he said he wanted to have fun with Osborn.

The age of consent in Virginia is 18.

The 14-year-old family was bitterly "disappointed that the defendant will not serve any active incarceration because of the brutal attack," prosecutor Erin Barr said.

"They do not believe that justice has been done and they share the concern for the safety of the community and potential future victims."

But Hauler has a history of controversial and lenient sentences for rapists and sexual abusers.

Logan Michael Osborn, 19, (left) is accused of using a belt to hold the hands and neck of a 14-year-old girl before sexually assaulting her. He will now avoid jail time. Dana William (right) was released by Hauler after he was found guilty of raping his ex. He went to murder his parents

In 2016, it rejected the request of the state of Virginia to deny the release of convicted rapist Dana William.

William had been convicted of raping his ex-girlfriend and accused of raping other women.

Within weeks of his release, William had murdered his ex's father, strangled him to death, and kidnapped his mother. In January 2016, he committed suicide when the police approached. The mother of her ex was found dead nearby.

Olene Brooks, the mother of William's ex, was murdered by the rapist

Olene Brooks, the mother of William's ex, was murdered by the rapist

Olene Brooks, the mother of William's ex, was murdered by the rapist

"I hope you know what a horrible decision he made," the victim's daughter told WTVR about Hauler's decision.

Virginia State Senator Steven Martin even raised "serious concerns" about the judge's trial on violent sexual crimes, saying he felt he should not be in court.

Osborn, who has been charged with rape several times, including once he was 12 years old when he was accused of grabbing a classmate's genitals, must register as a sex offender after the last conviction.

His scholarship to the University of Mary Washington was also revoked after his conviction.

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