CHILD MOLESTATION (DCAC) NOT CHARGED– State v. Mr. C (DMC No. 8009) (Phoenix Police Department Investigated): Mr. C had gone through a divorce with his ex wife and had shared custody of his 6 year old son between North Carolina and Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. C’s ex wife had made numerous allegations against Mr. C in order to gain sole custody. She had made one allegation a year prior to us becoming involved stating that Mr. C had molested their 6 year old son. He met with Detectives and passed the police polygraph and no charges were brought forward. When she made allegations again against Mr. C, we became involved. We presented evidence that Mr. C’s ex wife was not being truthful. We also allowed the detectives to polygraph Mr. C, in which he passed. We also gave them copies of an independent polygraph we had conducted, and the prior polygraph he had taken a year earlier (all showing that he had passed). We also asked the Detective to go more in depth with interviewing Mr. C’s son. Because it was obvious that the charges were being manufactured, the Detective did not have Mr. C arrested and charged under the Dangerous Crimes Against Children statute for molestation. If he were to have been convicted, he would have spent the rest of his life in prison.