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Criminal Practice – CSC – Internet Arrangement – Fictitious 14-Year-Old – Meeting Set Up – Showing Up – Attempt – Jury Question – First Impression (access required)

State v. Reid Given defendant’s express desire for a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl, coupled with his designation of a vacant parking lot in the middle of the night as a clandestine meeting place - and his travel to that place - a jury question was presented on whether defendant had the specific intent to commit criminal sexual conduct with a minor and whether his conduct constituted an overt act. We affirm our Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold the trial court’s denial of defendant’s motion to dismiss.

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