14 as the date for the beginning of jury selection in the cases against Lawrence “Larry” Jamieson of Willistown and John Brown of Norristown.She cited more time needed to file pre-trial motions on behalf of her client. The pair were charged with enticing a minor to engage in illicit sexual conduct, manufacturing child pornography, transferring obscene materials to a minor, distribution of child pornography, receipt of child pornography, and possession of a collection of images and videos of children being sexually abused and in sexually explicit positions on various dates in 20. The trial had initially been scheduled to begin on June 12. If found guilty of the charges against them, they could be sentenced to life in prison.It doesn’t matter if the sexual violence happened a few hours ago, or 40 years ago.Regardless of gender or disability, anyone who has experienced this type of trauma (or is concerned about someone who has) may call WOAR’s Hotline (215-985-3333).
To deny the continuance requests, he wrote, “would likely make such proceedings impossible or would result in a miscarriage of justice.” In his order, Pratter asked each of the defense attorneys and Assistant U. Attorney Michelle Rotella, who is prosecuting the case, for trial in September. Brown is also charged with taking sexually explicit photos of a second victim, an infant girl.
Our Hotline staff also explain and coordinate requests from Philadelphia residents for free WOAR services: trauma-focused counseling, court accompaniment, and a wide array of education/prevention services. The Hotline provides support, information, referral guidance, and the coordination of requested WOAR counseling services.
WOAR crisis counselors or advocates may provide support to a survivor at PSARC who is receiving a rape exam (see above).
In the Pittsburgh area the Sexual Assault and Family Violence Unit investigates all reports.
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