Connecticut schoolteacher Julie Amero, convicted in a classroom incident she says happened because spyware took over the computer at her desk, today was granted a new trial instead of a possible jail term. Amero, a substitute teacher, had faced a possible 40-year jail term related to her conviction last January on four counts of risk to a minor pertaining to the image pop-ups that students at Kelly Middle School saw on Oct. 19, 2004, on the computer at her desk…
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