Jury Trial Scheduled for Solis

A Vernal man facing charges including child sexual abuse has been scheduled for a jury trial. 31-year-old Jose Luis Solis pleaded Not Guilty to one count of 1st Degree Felony Aggravated Sexual Abuse of a Child and six other charges for incidents that occurred in Vernal City earlier this year. Charges include two counts of Child Abuse Involving Physical Injury that occurred in February, and four counts of Violation of a Protective Order that occurred last April. According to court documents, the alleged child sexual abuse offense occurred on or between July 4, 2008 and July 4, 2010 in Uintah County and Solis held a position of special trust with the victim. The document also states that the presumptive sentence for a conviction of the charge of Aggravated Sexual Abuse of a Child is 15 years to life in prison and imprisonment is mandatory. Solis is now scheduled for a jury trial on December 12th in 8th District Court.

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