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Houston Criminal Defense: Aldine ISD teacher accused of sex with student back in court

Posted on July 14, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush

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Alexandria Vera, the 24-year-old Aldine middle school teacher accused of having a long-term sexual relationship with a 13-year-old boy, will return to court next month as prosecutors and her defense lawyers continue to investigate the allegations.

Vera appeared Tuesday in state District Judge Michael McSpadden’s court but her case was reset.

Free on $100,000 bail, Vera was arraigned in June in a Houston courtroom. She is accused of having sex with the student and ordered to stay away him as well as any other schools.

She did not comment as she left court Tuesday with attorney Ricardo Rodriquez.
Vera faces a punishment range of 25 years in prison to life if convicted of continuous sexual assault of a child, a felony with a heightened punishment, even for first offenders. The teacher does not have a prior criminal record in Harris County.

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