Man Sentenced To Jail, Treatment In Two Sexual Assault Cases
A man convicted of sexually assaulting two women was sentenced to jail, probation and sex offender treatment on Monday.
Kaleb Matthew Barclay, 23, was sentenced to 18 months in the Cache County Jail with credit for time served; after the term in jail, he was ordered to complete in-patient sex offender treatment. Consecutive sentences of zero-to-five and one-to-15 years in the Utah State Prison were stayed pending successful completion of probation.
Defense attorney Christian Hansen told the court the sentence was crafted with prosecutors to emphasize treatment while imposing a significant prison sentence should he fail to be successful. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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