Defendant Pleads Guilty to Attempted Child Sex Abuse

The defendant in a child sex abuse case pleaded guilty.

Nathan Hudson was initially charged with first-degree child sex abuse. During the Oct. 8 hearing, he pleaded down to attempted first-degree child sex abuse.

According to the proffer of facts, the victim was spending a weekend at a family home where Hudson lived, and was sexually assaulted by him after she fell asleep.

Hudson is currently released into the High Intensity Supervision Program (HISP) and is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 10, 2022.

According to court documents, Judge Neal Kravitz decided to defer his ruling on whether or not to accept the plea agreement until the sentencing hearing.