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Rape of Child – Military Sexual Assault – NOT GUILTY

US Army v. E-4 (Indecent Liberties w/ Child, Rape of a Child, Violating a General Regulation, Abusive Sexual Contact of a Child)

Fort Hood Texas

Client was accused of raping two alleged victims. The alleged victims were his step daughter and her friend. Client was also accused of offering alcohol to three different minors, assaulting his step daughter and sexual abusing his step daughter. The nature of the abusive sexual contact charges and the sexual abuse charges with respect to his step daughter were 2 alleged butt slaps. The other sexual abuse charge had to do with the step daughter’s friend. Charges stemmed from the step daughter alleging that Client had raped her and her friend in the woods in a housing area on Fort Hood. The defense successfully showed that it was a factual impossibility to the jury by presenting and arguing Client’s alibi. Client was also charged with masturbating in front of his step daughter over 5 years ago. The defense successfully showed this could not have happened either.

RESULT: Client was found NOT GUILTY of all Rape of a Child charges pertaining to both alleged victims. Client was found NOT GUILTY of the Sexual Abuse of a Child charge relating to the friend of the step daughter. Client was found NOT GUILTY of indecent liberties with a child. Client was only found guilty of the Article 92 violations, and the sexual abuse of a child charges relating to the two butt slaps.

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