COLERAIN, OH (FOX19) - The former Colerain High School teacher convicted of sexual battery with a student is asking to have that conviction overturned.
Julie Hauteznroeder was sentenced to two years in jail in 2013 after she was convicted of a sexual battery charge in connection that she allegedly had an inappropriate relationship with a student.
She served six months in prison.
In a document filed on Thursday, Hauteznroeder's attorney says the state did not present enough evidence to support her conviction and it should be thrown out.
Her attorney argues that the state did not provide evidence that Hauteznroeder was employed by or serving in a school for which the state board of education prescribed the minimum standards.
Hauteznroeder currently has to register as a tier 3 sex offender. That means she will have to report to the sheriff's office every 90 days.