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Sepic said prosecutors carefully evaluate statutory rape allegations on a case by case basis to ensure the process is fair.
As it turned out, she was 14 Judge: Now, Judge Wiley (seen on Wednesday) has agreed to a request from Zach - who was released from a county jail in Michigan in June - to be resentenced in the case, which has sparked debate across America He added: 'I don't certainly speak for the public in general, but the comments I've read nationally think that his whole life shouldn't be ruined by his decision to go on a date and obviously have sexual relations with that person, especially when that person in all honesty misrepresented their true age.' Release: Zach Anderson is pictured being released from a county jail - St.
Joseph, Michigan, last month after serving a 90-day term for having sex with the 14-year-old girl.
Above, Zach (right) is seen in court next to his lawyer, Scott Grabel, during a hearing on Wednesday Hookup: Zach (seen, left, in his mug shot) was sentenced to 90 days in prison by Judge Dennis Wiley earlier this year after driving from his parents' Indiana home to Niles, Michigan, and having sex with the girl (right) whose identity is protected Zach's lawyer, Scott Grabel, had asked the court to vacate the teenager's sentence, claiming that prosecutors had broken a plea agreement during his controversial April sentencing by making recommendations about The Michigan Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (HYTA) to Judge Wiley.
A lie with big consequences: The teenager (seen, center, in court with Grabel, left, on Wednesday) had met his date via the online hook-up, Hot or Not, on which she had listed her age as 17.
Anderson would spend 75 days in jail, serve five years of probation and register as a sex offender for 25 years.