ATLANTA (WXIA) -- They all filed in together – seven former APS educators, all found guilty in the cheating scandal, all facing jail time.
They and their lawyers wanted to give their side of the story – and they did, proclaiming their innocence and saying they are facing financial ruin after a controversial and seemingly endless seven-month long trial.
"You see our names and Google us," said Dana Evans. "It's like we're America's Most Wanted."
Evans and six of her colleagues are highly educated professionals. Now, they are also convicted felons.