New Rochelle High School librarian Marisa Anton, 34, made a brief court appearance at the New Rochelle City Court today. Anton of 34 Winchester Avenue in Yonkers, NY was charged by the New Rochelle police department with a Class D Felony, Disseminating Indecent Material to Minors in the First Degree.
Appearing before New Rochelle City Judge Gail Rice, Anton's lawyer, Michele Marianna Bonsignore, and Assistant District Attorney Christopher Daniele agreed to a court date of September 10, 2012.
There was a brief mention of an "SCI" or Supreme Court Information
"SCI is a type of charging document, similar to an indictment," said attorney Cynthia Lobo, a lawyer based in New Rochelle. "It is typically used in a felony case where the defendant intends to plead guilty in a plea bargained matter."
Standing before Judge Rice, Anton was quiet and did not display any emotions during the 5 minute court appearance. She was dressed in a white, floral pattern dress with a white sweater draped over her shoulders. She was accompanied by her parents.
Bonsignore spoke with with Anton and her parents before and after the hearing in the hallway outside Court Room 1 where she explained that court records would be sealed, presumably as part of a plea deal that from the sound of it may already be in the works.
EDITOR'S NOTE: We shared our video on Anton at court with the Journal News and Channel 2 CBS News