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Alexandria Vera, Teacher Impregnated By 13-Year-Old Student, Pleads Guilty

Written by Ana Krneta
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24-year-old Alexandria Vera is a former teacher at Aldine ISD who has been accused of having a physical affair with one of her 13-year-old male students. She has been charged with aggravated assault of a child, if found guilty she can end up in jail for the maximum sentence which is life for that crime.

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She plead guilty to the charge in order to cap the amount of years she can be put into prison for which is 30. She also may end up with a deferred adjudication probation which means she could do any number of things which include community service, probation, or other diversion programs in lieu of jail time, and could also mean she wouldn't have any conviction on her records if she completes everything required of her.

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Vera’s defense lawyer, Ricardo Rodriguez, said ‘We’re very much hoping for deferred adjudication,’ reports the Houston Chronicle. Vera was involved in this physical relationship with the 13-year-old boy and allegedly was made pregnant by him. She has since had an abortion which was stated in court documents and reported by KHOU, a CBS subsidiary.

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Judge Michael McSpadden will be reviewing all the evidence and reading letters that are for and against her conviction, before he makes his decision on what her sentence will end up being in January of 2017.

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Vera’s defense lawyer, Ricardo Rodriguez, said ‘We’re very much hoping for deferred adjudication,’ reports the Houston Chronicle. Vera was involved in this physical relationship with the 13-year-old boy and allegedly was made pregnant by him. She has since had an abortion which was stated in court documents and reported by KHOU, a CBS subsidiary.

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Judge Michael McSpadden will be reviewing all the evidence and reading letters that are for and against her conviction, before he makes his decision on what her sentence will end up being in January of 2017.

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