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Special ed teacher, Laura Calladio Ramos faces five years in prison for sexually assaulting two students – including one boy who said they had sex inside a restaurant, and violating a ‘keep Away’ order

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“Do you think the state has sufficient evidence that it does expose you to the risk of being convicted?” the judge asked special ed teacher

“Probably,” she responded

The formerly married mother-of-one was accused of sexually assaulting two students, multiple times spanning months, in her car, restaurant parking lots and utility rooms
Laura Calladio Ramos, pled no contest before Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin to two counts of second-degree sexual assault and one count of violating a protective order
Ramos, 32, after her conviction Monday for sexually assaulting the students faces five years in prison
One 18-year-old student revealed that they had sex for months, mostly inside her car  – The teacher also admitted she had sex ‘a handful of times’ with this student, most frequently in her car  
Another student told investigators, they had sex inside her car and once in a restaurant utility room after she complained that her husband didn’t want to have sex with her
Said later texted him after the restaurant sex, claiming it was the best she’d ever had
Ramos who was under court orders not to contact the victims was arrested a second time after she was pulled over by police while driving her first victim to the beach
Her husband divorced her earlier this year, won custody of their toddler son
Laura Ramos 2Former special education teacher Laura Ramos, is facing five years in prison after pleading no contest to sexually assaulting two of her students and violating a protective order

A former Connecticut special education teacher could face up to five years in prison after she admitted to having sex with two of her students.
Laura Calladio Ramos, 32, pled no contest on Monday to sexually assaulting two of her special education students. She then violated a protective order by the courts prohibiting contact with the victims when she was stopped by a cop with one of the teens in her car.
Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin told Ramos on Monday that he would sentence her to a maximum five years in prison when she is sentenced on January 25.
Ramos, a former teacher at Central High School in Bridgeport, could have faced up to 25 years in prison if she was convicted during trial.
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Married high school teacher charged with sexual assault on a student, victimized more than one of her students Laura Ramos, is accused of having sex with multiple special […]

‘Do you think the state has sufficient evidence that it does expose you to the risk of being convicted,’ Devlin asked Ramos, according to the Connecticut Post.
‘Probably,’ she replied.
Ramos was first arrested after an 18-year-old special education student told police he had sex with his teacher between December 2016 to April 2017.
The teacher told police she had sex ‘a handful of times’ with this student, most frequently in her car.
A second special education student then told police that he had sex with Ramos, who resigned following her first arrest, multiple times.
The student told police that he had gone to a restaurant with Ramos in April 2017 for dinner before they had sex in her car in the parking lot.

The student said he and Ramos then went into the restaurant’s ‘electrical room’ and had sex. She later sent the boy a text saying it was the best sex she had ever had.
With investigations proceeding, Ramos was arrested a second time after she was pulled over by police while driving her first victim to the beach.
An officer had initially stopped the teacher, who had been ordered by the court not to have any contact with her victims, because he saw her talking on her cell phone.

‘You were going to the beach with a boy who was a subject of your case. That is completely reckless.’
Devlin declined the prosecutor’s motion to revoke Ramos’ bond but raised it from $50,000 to $250,000.
She was also ordered to wear a GPS tracking anklet and could only leave her home to make her shifts as a waitress at a local restaurant.
Ramos remains free on bond. Her attorney plans to comment for a lesser prison sentence.
‘We look forward to resolving this very difficult case,’ Edward Gavin said at the Fairfield County Courthouse on Monday.
‘The court is giving us the opportunity to address an appropriate sentence and we will do so at the sentencing in January.’

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