Several former educators have been taken to the Fulton County Jail after a jury reached guilty verdicts in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating trial.
[FLASHBACK: Mugshots – 35 Educators Indicted in APS Cheating Scandal]
The jury convicted 11 of 12 defendants of racketeering in a test cheating scandal and each were taken away from the court in handcuffs Wednesday evening.
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A total of 35 Atlanta Public Schools educators have been indicted in a cheating scandal that has been under investigation since 2009. All but three of them have surrendered and turned themselves in to Fulton County jail for booking.
Former schools superintendent Beverly Hall (pictured above) was indicted on charges of racketeering, false statements and writings, theft by taking and false swearing in a cheating scandal that has rocked the public school system of Atlanta.
A grand jury had originally recommended a $7.5 million bond for Hall, but that amount was reduced to $200,000 after negotiations with prosecutors. She is one of the few who have managed to bond out of Fulton County jail.
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