U.S. lawyer jailed after taking child to Ontario for sex

Lisa Biron 
By: Sarah Weiss 

(Scroll down for video) A U.S. lawyer was jailed after being charged with taking a child to Canada, in order to produce child porn, according to court proceedings in New Hampshire.

The New Hampshire lawyer who is accused of sexually exploiting a child and transporting a minor to Ontario to participate in sexual activity, has been ordered to have no contact with the 14-year-old victim, prosecutors say she victimized.

U.S. Attorney John Kacavas demanded the no-contact order in court, saying that the 43-year-old Lisa Biron of Manchester, New Hampshire, has put "great pressure on the minor victim on what to say and not say during phone conversations from jail.”
Kacavas said the child has revealed to the FBI "the nature and extent of abuse," but did not elaborate.

Biron’s attorney, James Moir, told U.S. Judge McCafferty Landya that Biron was not previously under a federal court order to have no contact with the girl.
McCafferty imposed the no-contact order at the end of the brief hearing. Biron acknowledged the order with a nod.

Moir pleaded not guilty on Thursday on behalf of Biron of 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 production of pornography child.

Prosecutors said that on several dates, Biron lured or forced the child to perform explicit sexual acts for the purpose of producing child pornography. They also say that she took the child to Ontario to produce additional child pornography.