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Child pornography was admissible evidence (access required)

Where appellant was convicted of sex crimes, including custodial sexual abuse, involving a 7-year-old child, “child pornography titles” found on his computer were properly admitted as evidence. The probative value of this evidence regarding “conduct or attitude towards the victim, motive, method and intent” outweighed its prejudicial effect. Further, appellant’s request to poll the jury during ...