Champaign criminal defense attorneys of Bruno Law Offices, P.A. are pleased to announce the 2012 Super Bowl on Sunday.
This season’s Super Bowl will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis where the New England Patriots will play the New York Giants for the second time at the Super Bowl in four years. Both teams played in the 2008 Super Bowl game where the Giants left victorious.
On Sunday, the Patriots are back with their head coach, Bill Belichick, and quarterback, Tom Brady, to pilot the team to a win for their fifth time at the Super Bowl in 11 seasons.
Game airs on NBC at 6:30pm EST. For details on the teams, visit NFL.com
Lynnette McIntyre, 45, of Champaign, was conditionally sentenced to two years probation for having sex with a teenage boy she was tutoring.
McIntyre pleaded guilty to committing a sex act with a 17 year old boy in her apartment at the 2400 block of North Neil Street. The boys parents found sexually explicit text messages on his phone and revealed the incident.
McIntyre will register as a sex offender and undergo a sex offender evaluation. If the judge rejects the plea agreement set by her attorneys on Feb 6, then McIntyre could be sentenced to a felony charge of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.
If you have been charged with a sex crime, contact Champaign sex crimes lawyers of Bruno Law Offices by calling 217-328-6000.