REDUCED | 5 COUNTS OF SEXUAL CONDUCT WITH A MINOR (DCAC)/CHILD MOLEST/INDECENT EXPOSURE REDUCED to “attempt” with probation and 90 days jail – State v. Mr. D. (DMC No. 10552) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2011-122501): Mr. D. was accused of having sexual conduct with his step-sister since she was as young as 8 years old. The police conducted a “confrontation call”, in which he made many admissions while speaking with his sister as the call was recorded by police. He was subsequently questioned and made some admissions, at which point he was arrested and held “non-bondable”. We were able to present evidence of the victim’s prior mental illness history, along with various discrepancies in her timeline, and we secured an offer to “attempted molestation”, probation with 90 days of jail. Originally Mr. D. was facing a minimum of 75 years in prison.