REDUCED | ATTEMPTED CHILD MOLESTATION and SEX ABUSE (DCAC) REDUCED to ATTEMPTED CHILD ABUSE Class 6 Open/Misdemeanor with PROBATION and ZERO DAYS in JAIL – State v. Mr. B. (DMC No. 8034) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2007-005599): Mr. B. was a 26 year old who was accused of kissing, fondling and attempting to have sex with his future 14 year old step sister. Although the incident had happened 1 year prior, his step sister became upset and reported it to her grandmother after she had gotten into argument with Mr. B. When police questioned him, he admitted to everything. He was then charged with Attempted Molestation of a Child per ARS 13-1001 and 13-1401 and Sexual Abuse per ARS 13-1404; both charged as Dangerous Crimes Against Children (DCAC). After we became involved in the case, we had Mr. B. submit to a Psychosexual Risk Evaluation, which showed he was not a threat to society. This evaluation was presented to the prosecutor and we secured an offer of Attempted Child Abuse which was a Class 6 Open/Misdemeanor with Probation and zero days in jail. Mr. B. did not have to register as a Sex Offender, and when he successfully completed probation his case became a Misdemeanor. He now has no felony record. Originally he was facing years in prison if he were to have been convicted.