HLN REPORTER: "Now I'm quoting directly: 'It's not probably the kind of rape that most people think about. It's not a violent, forcible, beat-the-victim rape like you see in the movies.'"
After public outcry against both the sentence and Baugh's comments, the judge apologized for his comments and even tried unsuccessfully to change the ruling. (Video via KECI)
The state Supreme Court later overturned Baugh's ruling as illegal; under Montana law, rape convictions carry a minimum sentence of two years in prison. Rambold's new sentence was handed down by Judge Randal Spaulding.
Moralez's mother, Auliea Hanlon gave a brief, emotional testimony at Friday's sentencing.
AULIEA HANLON VIA BILLINGS GAZETTE: "Six, seven years later, we're still waiting for justice for a young life ruined. ... I am so tired of this. This has been going on too long."
Baugh was censured by the Montana Supreme Court in June and plans to retire at the end of 2014.