Indecency trial gets under way

Rupkalvis, David
October 2011
Graham Leader;10/19/2011, Vol. 136 Issue 19, p1A
The article discusses the ongoing trial of Lee Marvin Rains, native of Young County, Texas, accused for inappropriately fondling with an eight year old daughter of his girlfriend while putting the child for sleep. It presents the facts and evidences put forward by the District Attorney in support of the indecency charges against Rains. It further presents Defense Attorney's arguments and case witness Child Protective Services investigator, Shelly Tinney's views in favor of the accused.


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