NOT CHARGED | SEXUAL ASSAULT (DMC No. 3704) State v. Mr. C: Mr. C. had just graduated from High School and was at a party with a 17 year old junior, who was the girlfriend of a friend of his. They began drinking and had sexual intercourse. When the friend found out, the girl claimed she had no memory and claimed she must have been raped when she passed out. The police were called, and they arrested Mr. C. We were able to meet with the Detective, however, he still forwarded the case to the County Attorney’s Office for charging. When we sat down with the County Attorney, we explained they had “no reasonable likelihood of conviction” and this was a clearly a case of a girl “covering her tracks.” The County Attorney agreed with us, and “turned down” charges, protecting Mr. C. from spending decades in prison.