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Staff writer Published June 09, 2012 Steven Craig Powell's attorneys will ask a Pierce County judge to sentence their client to no more than a year in jail on his multiple voyeurism convictions, which is 90 percent less time than that sought by
Steve Griffin/The Salt Lake Tribune) Steve Powell, left, sits with his attorney Travis Currie in Judge Ronald E. Culpepper's courtroom in the Pierce County Superior Court in Tacoma, Washington Wednesday May 16, 2012. He was brought into court to
Wash. (AP) — Jurors began deliberations Tuesday in the voyeurism case against the father-in-law of a missing Utah mother after a prosecutor said the man lurked in the shadows of his bedroom to capture nude images of young girls who lived next door.
Thursday's filing comes in advance of an April 23 motion hearing scheduled on the defense motion to suppress evidence in the Steve Powell. Steve Powell, 61, is charged with 14 counts of voyeurism and one count of possessing an image of minors engaged
A formal motion to continue has not yet been filed in court, but Fleck said the motion is expected in coming days...Powell is charged with 14 counts of voyeurism and one count of possessing an image of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct...