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This Aug. 26, 2013 photo shows Stacey Rambold standing in a courtroom after sentencing by Judge G. Todd Baugh in Billings, Mont.  Attorneys for Rambold, a former Montana teacher who raped a 14-year-old student argued Friday, Feb. 28, 2014,  that his 30 days in prison were enough punishment, even as a judicial oversight panel sought the censure of Baugh, the judge in the case over what it called an unlawful sentence.  Prosecutors want to send freed rapist Stacey Dean Rambold of Billings back to prison. They say he should have served a minimum of four years after pleading guilty last year to sexual assault without consent.  (AP Photo/Billings Gazette, Paul Ruhter)

This Aug. 26, 2013 photo shows Stacey Rambold standing in a courtroom after sentencing by Judge G. Todd Baugh in Billings, Mont. Attorneys for Rambold, a former Montana teacher who raped a 14-year-old student argued Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, that his 30 days in prison were enough punishment, even as a judicial oversight panel sought the censure of Baugh, the judge in the case over what it called an unlawful sentence. Prosecutors want to send freed rapist Stacey Dean Rambold of Billings back to prison. They say he should have served a minimum of four years after pleading guilty last year to sexual assault without consent. (AP Photo/Billings Gazette, Paul Ruhter)

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