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Former teacher convicted of sodomy seeks new trial

Brett Naff's attorneys say the state failed to present sufficient evidence. (Source: WAFF file) Brett Naff's attorneys say the state failed to present sufficient evidence. (Source: WAFF file)
MADISON COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

A former teacher convicted of sodomy is seeking a new trial.

Attorneys for Brett Naff filed a motion for a new trial Monday, citing the state failed to present sufficient evidence that a reasonable jury could believe beyond a reasonable doubt.

Naff was convicted in July and sentenced to 20 years in prison.

He was a teacher at Country Day School and the victim is a former student.

Naff is free on an appeal bond of $60,000.

He is required to wear an electronic monitor and he had to give up his license and passport.

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