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Woman gets 30 days in jail for texting in court

Hauled behind bars immediately after being cited by same judge who gave a teacher probation for almost 50 counts of statutory rape...

A Utah mother of four small children has been jailed on a judge's order to serve 30 days behind bars for allegedly sending a text message while she was watching a court proceeding.

The report comes from her father-in-law, Dennis Jackson, who told WND of the series of events that left his daughter-in-law, Susan Henwood, imprisoned.

A spokeswoman in the clerk's office for Judge Stephen L. Henriod (http://www.co.tooele.ut.us/districtcourt.htm) of Utah's Third District Court confirmed the woman was jailed for the 30 days on the judge's order over the issue of texting.

However, she declined to answer other questions from WND, instead transferring WND to a voice mail for the judge's clerk. A woman identifying herself as Henriod's clerk lat

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Added: Apr-29-2009 
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