State V. C.S.
County: Rice (7/2011)
Charges: Five counts of Possession of Pornographic Work Depicting a Minor
Hearing Type: Omnibus
Outcome: The State charged C.S. with 5 counts of Possession of Pornographic Work Depicting a Minor (child pornography). Their case was built upon an informant’s claims that she lived with C.S. and saw him download and possess child pornography on several computers and compact discs. C.S. hired Ryan Pacyga to defend him. Ryan Pacyga attacked the credibility of the informant as well as the forensic evidence. After multiple court hearings, the State DISMISSED all of the charges.