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From Tennessee to California, the nation seems swept by a rash of female teachers accused of having sexual relations with their students. What drives these women to seduce young children? We'll get an inside look at their sick obsession on a special edition of "On the Record."
A California teacher is charged with sexually assaulting three of her young students. We'll get an update on the case from Al Stokke, attorney for Sarah Salorio (search), and Tony Rackauckas, Orange County district attorney.
A Florida teacher charged with having sex with a student in the classroom! Now, her husband goes "On the Record" about her sick affair.
Plus, prosecutors have DNA evidence (search), taped phone calls, witness accounts and video surveillance in the case of a Florida teacher charged accused of sex with a student. How does her attorney plan to keep her out of prison?
And, we'll get reaction from our panel of legal eagles:
• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney
• Geoffrey Fieger, criminal defense attorney
• Jayne Weintraub, criminal defense attorney
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