Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Hearing to dismiss charges for former teacher accused of recording sex videos rescheduled

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A superior court judge has moved Stephen Cahill's motion hearing to May.

Guam - The motion hearing for a former high school teacher accused of recording a sex tape with his student has been moved to next month.

This morning, Stephen Cahill appeared in court for a hearing on his motion to dismiss the charges filed against him. However, his attorney, Jeffrey Moots, informed Judge Arthur Barcinas that files are still pending from the Attorney General’s Office.

Cahill was charged with dissemination of child pornography, electronic enticement of a child, and possession of child pornography, which were re-alleged last year after a superior court judge dismissed all his felony charges without prejudice in March 2016.

Judge Barcinas has scheduled the motion hearing for May 2 at 9:30 a.m.

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