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The matter of Noel Strapp was called in provincial court in St. A trial date will be set at that time. Strapp, 38, is charged with sexual assault and sexual exploitation related to incidents alleged to have occurred between and One of those conditions banned him from being alone with anyone under the age of 18, though Strapp, who has been suspended from teaching since the start of the police investigation, has since successfully made an application to vary Newfoundland for sex order to allow an exception for his own children.
A charge of sexual exploitation, like the one Strapp is facing, carries a mandatory minimum jail sentence of one year upon conviction when the Crown proceeds by indictment, which it has in this case. Strapp is one of two teachers employed by the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District currently facing that charge.
She has chosen a jury trial, which had had been scheduled to take place in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court beginning March 29, but was postponed until November after the recent COVID lockdown.
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