With an Alford plea, Jessica Renea Cline, 25, of Acworth asserted her innocence but admitted she could be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by a judge or jury.
Bartow County Sheriff's Office investigators lodged charges against Cline in connection with the July 2008 incident in which she allegedly had sex with the boy, then told officials during their probe of the child molestation allegations that she was raped by the boy.
In a negotiated agreement with prosecuting attorneys, Cline entered a plea on three counts -- child molestation, statutory rape and false statements. The assistant district attorney agreed not to prosecute her on one count of aggravated child molestation.
Superior Court Judge Scott Smith sentenced Cline to 20 years, five of which she was ordered to serve in prison. The balance she will serve on probation. Cline will be required to register as a sex offender.
Three plead guilty in robbery case
Three men accused of robbing a man for his jacket and cigarettes pleaded guilty to a lesser charge before Smith.
Eduardo Castro, 21; Gerardo Garcia, 29; and David Fraco, also known as David Reyes, 20, had each been accused of robbing a man in November at Hooter's in Cartersville -- using a handgun and tire iron and taking the victim's Tony Hawk jacket and Newport cigarettes.
In negotiated agreements with prosecuting attorneys, each man pleaded guilty to robbery by intimidation and received prison sentences. Franco was ordered to serve five years, while Castro and Garcia received 10-year terms.