Sentencing delayed in child pornography case

Last modified: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Sentencing has been postponed for a Manchester lawyer convicted of exploiting a 14-year-old girl to produce child pornography.

Lisa Biron, 43, was convicted by a jury on eight felony counts – including transporting the child across state lines to produce child pornography, possession of child pornography and six counts of sexual exploitation to produce child pornography.

The girl did not testify and appeared in the courtroom for the first time to hear the verdicts. She showed no visible reaction.

Defense Attorney James Moir filed a motion to put off the sentencing for one month so a psychological evaluation can be completed.

Sentencing is now scheduled for May 22.

The Associated Press