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A sexual-assault defendant was congratulated by DC Superior Court Judge Marisa Demeo after a Court Services & Offender Supervision (CSOSA) agent reported that he has been compliant with all his probation terms.
Mohammad Amini, 30, was initially charged with first-degree child sex abuse. He pleaded down to fourth-degree sex abuse as part of an agreement with prosecutors.
According to the agent, Amini has been compliant with his release conditions, including attending sex offender treatment.
On December 2019, according to court documents, the defendant met the victim on Omegle, a website that allows users to anonymously chat with other people without registering for an account, they took their conversation to Snapchat, where they agreed to meet at the victim’s house to engage in sexual activity. Allegedly, the sexual abuse happened that same day.
The defendant was identified based on his Snapchat profile, and the victim identified the defendant in a photo array.
Judge Demeo ordered that the defendant stay on probation and reminded him to stay fully compliant with his probation conditions.
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