A federal magistrate ordered Thursday a Manchester lawyer charged with sexually exploiting a child to have no contact with the 14-year-old whom prosecutors say she victimized. US Attorney John Kacavas sought the no-contact order in court, saying Lisa Biron, 43, of Manchester has been putting ‘‘great pressure on the minor victim about what to say and not say’’ during telephone conversations from jail. Biron’s lawyer, James Moir, entered not guilty pleas Thursday on Biron’s behalf to six counts of sexual exploitation of a child, one count of possession of child pornography, and one count of transporting a minor to Canada to engage in sexual activity for purposes of producing child pornography.
Lawyer pleads not guilty to child sex exploitation
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