The Attorney General’s Office may be filing another superseding indictment against Stephen Cahill.
Guam – Jury selection and trial is scheduled to begin next week for a high school teacher accused of recording a sex tape with his student.
Stephen Douglas Cahill’s trial is set for July 6 in Judge Arthur Barcinas’ courtroom.
However, the Attorney General’s Office also indicated that they may be filing another superseding indictment. This is after a number of the charges against Cahill were dismissed.
Cahill was charged with dissemination of child pornography, electronic enticement of a child, possession of child pornography and indecent electronic display to a child, all as felonies. He was also charged with child abuse and official misconduct, both as misdemeanors.
However, Judge Barcinas dismissed all felony charges against Cahill. Of the four charges that were dismissed, three were without prejudice which means the prosecution can file those charges again at a later time.
The charges that were dismissed without prejudice include dissemination of child pornography, electronic enticement of a child and possession of child pornography.