NOT CHARGED | POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY (DMC No. 1472) State v. Mr. S.: Mr. S. had taken some photographs of his male acquaintances, who were 21 and 23 years old. When the photos were developed, the Walgreens employees notified police. A Detective thought the people in the photos may be under 18 years of age. We made contact with the detective, informed her of the ages of the 2 male acquaintances, and also pointed out that under the scientific matrixes used to identify the ages of people in photographs; this wasn’t even a close call. The Detective agreed to not to file charges and stated she would be destroying the photos. We indicated she could not destroy the photos as 1) they were evidence and, 2) our client had done nothing wrong. The photographs were returned to our client, and no charges were filed.