De-Frocked Catholic Priest Pleads Guilty To Obscenity

  • One of Clark’s defense lawyers argued that the defendant should not have to serve active probation.
  • “In this situation it’s an incredibly specific set of facts and conditions that seem very unlikely to ever happen again,” the lawyer said, adding that the purpose of supervised probation is to prevent a repeat offense.
  • The lawyers argued that the two women were more likely than Clark to repeat the same offense. But the judge ordered supervised probation for the two women co-defendants and said she was not inclined to treat one defendant differently than the others.
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