NOT CHARGED | CHILD PORNOGRAPHY – State v. Mr. R. (DMC No. 11182) (Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Investigated): Mr. R. was in the middle of a particularly ugly divorce which involved child custody issues, when his wife and her divorce attorney alleged that he maintained child pornography on his computer. They had taken his computer, hired a computer expert and had them review it for child pornography. Mr. R. adamantly denied these allegations and we had him take a polygraph test in which he passed. In addition, we met with Detectives at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and explained to them that the wife had control of this computer for an extended period of time, and it was our belief that she attempted to download child pornography in order to “frame” Mr. R. The Detectives agreed that the allegations were very suspect, and no charges were brought against Mr. R. He was originally facing potential life in prison.