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Kyle Cox attorney Jim Voyles asks for 10 year minimum sentence as the plea agreement states.
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Investigator says Cox said the 15 yr. old was suicidal and he didn't report it. That's why he resigned and what he told his wife.
Defense asking judge for the minimum 10 yr. sentence as in the plea agreement, but the judge gets the final say.
Prosecution says text messages show Cox suggested and came up with elaborate lies to cover up his activity w/ the 15 y/o victim.
Prosecution says Cox had previous victims who were 17, 18, 18 and his final was 15 years old who expressed numerous hesitations to Cox.
Jill Disis 49 min
Prosecutors to ask court for 14 years in prison. Judge can make any decision he wants -- up to discretion.
15 y/o victim said, “I’m a baby. I’m really young” repeatedly during text message exchange, according to prosecutor.
Jill Disis 53 min
Prosecutor characterizes this as "years of lies" in order to hide his conduct, on the part of Cox.