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Sterling addressed the following Hot Topics: December 15, 2016 Please join the ACAMS Greater Salt Lake City Chapter on Thursday, December 15, 2016, for a special breakfast-networking event and presentation by guest speaker Solomon Awan, a Sudanese refugee working as a job developer at the Utah Division of Workforce Services.Solomon will detail the many challenges faced by the refugee community in banking and finance and highlight the unique money laundering and fraud risks that follow the movement of refugee funds across the globe."Due to the victim's description of the amount of controlled substances and alcohol consumed," the documents say, "as well as Masina's statements, there is insufficient evidence to prove they knew or should have known that she was unable to legally consent." The case is among many involving collegiate athletes across the country, including Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner last year, that have brought increased attention to the issue, with calls for stronger protections for victims from universities and justice systems.Los Angeles prosecutors also declined to file charges against Masina's teammate Don Hill in the same case.They say the evidence is stronger against Masina in the Utah case, which involves a night with the same woman nine days later.
Skordas cautioned that being cleared in California doesn't mean anything necessarily for the Utah case because they relate to separate incidents, albeit with the same woman.
LOS ANGELES -- Prosecutors in Los Angeles on Tuesday said they have decided not to file sexual assault charges against suspended USC football player Osa Masina, who is awaiting trial on similar charges in Utah.
Documents released by the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said it would be too difficult to prove in court that Masina had sex with a woman who was too intoxicated to consent.
The judge is now the target of a recall campaign to remove him from the bench.
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