Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Fresno Teacher Sentenced For Sex with Student

Lianne Marie Trout, 27-year-old former special education teacher at Mount Whitney High School in Visalia, Fresno, California, has been sentenced to 185 days in jail after she was convicted of 4 counts of sex with a minor, a 16-year-old student of hers.

Trout pleaded “no contest” to the five felony charges, four for having unlawful sex with a minor and another sexual assault charge. Judge Gary Paden agreed to sentence her to 185 days in jail for the crimes. Prosecutors disagreed with the sentence and told that Trout should be required to register as a sex offender for life. Instead, the judge allowed her sex offender registration to last only five years, the term of her probation.

According to prosecutors Lianne Trout and her 16-year old student had a sexual relationship between August of 2011, when she started teaching at Mount Whitney, and December 2011, when police officers and the school got wind of the illegal relationship.
Court documents show Trout had sex with her student on several different occasions including near Casa Grande Restaurant on Mooney Boulevard, at the Fairfield Inn, and even after a high school football game.

Lianne Trout Gets Jail for Sex with Minor

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