(Fresno, California) Starting the new year with a jolt to the hurdies, Judge Ralph Nunez sentenced former Hoover High School teacher Megan Denham to six months in jail.
Blah…blah…blah… she's so wonderful and not predatory even though she lasciviously warmed the kielbasa and gobbled the goose of a male student for 18 months.
A doctor's report said Denman doesn't have a "predatory" or "exploitive" personality. It was a major reason Judge Ralph Nunez said he ruled against sex-offender registration.So, it appears that Ms. Denham engaged in an emotionally-based relationship with a boy and the court was sympathetic.
There also were several letters attesting to Denman's positive influence as a teacher from students, families and others.
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(Fresno, California) Yesterday, 30-year-old social sciences teacher Megan Denman pleaded guilty to felony charges of engaging in sex with an underage student.
Denman plead guilty in Fresno County Superior Court to three counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor and three counts of oral copulation with a minor. The boy was 17 at the time.Sentencing is scheduled for January 2013.
Judge Ralph Nunez has ruled out prison but will decide whether she serves jail time or must register as a sex offender, Nuttall said.[…]
Nuttall said Denman resigned from her teaching position and doesn't intend to return to teaching.
Denman's teaching credential was suspended by the state Commission on Teacher Credentialing pending the outcome of her case, said Fresno Unified spokeswoman Susan Bedi.
CA Teacher Accused of Sex with Student
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(Fresno, California) A 29-year-old social sciences teacher at Hoover High School, Megan Denman, has been accused of engaging in sex with a student.
Denman faces counts of sex with a minor and oral copulation with a person under 18.
The ongoing investigation has revealed that Denman was engaged an inappropriate relationship with a minor student.Denman was booked into custody at the Fresno County Jail and released on $55,000 bail.
Detectives have found no evidence to suggest that there other victims, or that any illegal activity occurred on campus or on FUSD property.