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Defendant's child molestation conviction is affirmed where: 1) when a defendant is charged with felony child annoyance or molestation as a recidivist, the appropriate statute of limitations is the three-year felony statute of limitations; and 2) there was sufficient evidence to support a conclusion that defendant touched the victim with the specific intent to arouse or gratify himself and/or the victim.
Filed August 28, 2009
Opinion by Judge Wiseman
Louis M. Vasquez, Deputy Attorney General
Leanne Le Mon, Deputy Attorney General