(DMC No. 7078) State v. Ms. P.: Ms. P. was accused by his step daughter-in-law of molesting his step-granddaughter, who was 5 years old. A “confrontation call” was conducted in which she tried to get him to confess to molesting the child and inserting something inside her. Mr. P. said this was completely crazy, and told her that she needed to take the child to the doctor immediately. A search warrant was later served on his house by police, and he hired our office. We had Mr. P. pass a polygraph test, then we met with detectives and Mr. P. to explain that these allegations were either being fabricated by the child’s mother, the granddaughter, or she may have actually been molested by her biological father, who was a convicted sex offender who had recently been released from prison. Ultimately we were able to convince the prosecutors to not file any charges, preventing Mr. P. from potentially facing life in prison.