DURATION: 2:08 SHOTLIST:Pool Video -- AP Clients Only Steubenville, Ohio -- March 17, 20131. Zoom in on judge in courtroom2. Wide and zoom on defendants 3. SOUNDBITE (english) Thomas Lipps - Juvenile Court Judge (transcribed Below)4. AP Graphic - Ohio Rape Trial 5. Wide of Ma'lik Richmond walking across courtroom to apologize6. SOUNDBITE AND GRAPHIC OF Victim's Mother's Statement (transcribed Below)7. AP Photo of protest in Steubenville8. SOUNDBITE (english) Mike Dewine - Ohio Attorney General (Transcribed Below)9. Med of prosecutor 10. Med of defense attorney 11. Med of judge talking to courtroom12. Med of Richmond sitting down with Mays after apologizingSTORYLINE:FOLLOWING DAYS OF TESTIMONY IN A CASE THAT DREW INTERNATIONAL ATTENTION, JUVENILE COURT JUDGE THOMAS LIPPS FOUND 17 YEAR OLD TRENT MAYS AND 16 YEAR OLD MA'LIK (muh-LEEK) RICHMOND ---- BOTH HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS -- GUILTY OF RAPING A 16 YEAR OLD GIRL AFTER A NIGHT OF PARTYING."it is the court's decision that both of the defendants are hereby adjudicated delinquent beyond a reasonable doubt on all three counts....as charged." BOTH TEENS WERE SENTENCED TO AT LEAST A YEAR IN JUVENILE PRISON -- AND BOTH CAN BE HELD UNTIL THEY TURN 21. MAYS WAS ALSO ORDERED TO SERVE AN ADDITIONAL YEAR FOR PHOTOGRAPHING THE GIRL NAKED.BOTH APOLOGIZED TO THE VICTIM AND THE COMMUNITY.RICHMOND WALKED ACROSS THE COURTROOM -- AND THEN BROKE DOWN AS HE SPOKE.(NAT SOUND UP): THE VICTIM'S MOTHER ALSO MADE A STATEMENT.....RECORDED ON AUDIO.AUDIO SOUNDBITE: Victim's Mother"it did not matter what school you went to, what city you lived in....or what sport you played....human compassion is not taught by a teacher....a coach or a parent....it is a God-given gift instilled in all of us.....you displayed not only a lack of this compassion, but a lack of any moral code.THE CASE HAS ROCKED THE COMMUNITY --- WITH ALLEGATIONS OF A COVER-UP TO PROTECT THE IMAGE OF STEUBENVILLE'S POWERFUL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALLTEAM.THE STATE'S ATTORNEY GENERAL SAID HE IS LOOKING INTO WHETHER OTHERS -- INCLUDING COACHES, PARENTS AND OTHER STUDENTS --- BROKE THE LAW BY FAILING TO REPORT A CRIME.SOUNDBITE: Mike Dewine / Ohio Attorney General "this community desperately needs to have this behind them...but this community also desperately needs to know justice was done...and that no stone was left behind."THE INVESTIGATION REVEALED A NUMBER OF STUDENTS TOOK OUT THEIR CELL PHONES TO RECORD THE ASSAULT WHEN IT HAPPENED LAST YEAR ---- AND THEN GOSSIPED ABOUT IT ON LINE.LIPPS REFERRED TO THAT LURID ASPECT OF THE CASE -- URGING PARENTS TO TALK TO THEIR KIDS ABOUT COMMUNICATING WITH FRIENDS -- RECORDING THINGS ON SOCIAL MEDIA -- AND DEALING WITH PEER PRESSURE AND ALCOHOL.------------------THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.