August 2015 Monthly Archive

Steven Sitler: Order Sealing Documents

This post holds 2 primary documents.

This Court finds that the documents listed below “contain highly intimate facts or statements, the publication of which would be highly objectionable to a reasonable person.” I.C.A.R. 32(i)(1). Further, in weighing the interests of the public against the defendant’s privacy interest, the documents listed below should be sealed to reasonable preserve defendant’s privacy. . . .

Moscow-Pullman Daily News: Convicted sex offender granted permission to live with his child

Moscow-Pullman Daily News

A former New Saint Andrews College student convicted of lewd conduct with a minor in 2006 obtained permission Friday to continue living with his young son until another hearing reviewing the terms and conditions of his probation is held Sept. 1.