Orange County Man Facing 85 Years to Life on Child-Molestation Charges

Posted By Law Offices of Robert M. Bernstein || 26-Jun-2011

Mandak Griffin, an Orange County bicycle motocross coach, is facing multiple felony child molestation charges, including sodomy on a child younger than 10 and using a minor for the production of obscene material.

In addition to exchanging thousands of child pornography images over the internet, Griffin molested three boys, ages 7 to 9, after luring them to his home repeatedly with swimming parties and a trip to a monster truck rally. Griffin had gained access to the children by befriending their relatives.

Griffin has been charged with one felony count each of sodomy with a child under 10, one felony count of oral copulation of a child under 10, one felony count of possession and control of child pornography, and one felony count of using a minor for production of obscene matter. Griffin also faces sentencing enhancement allegations for sexual assault of multiple victims and substantial sexual conduct with a child for the assault alleged against one of the boys.

If convicted, Griffin faces a maximum sentence of 85 years to life in state prison.

If you, or someone you know has been charged withPossession of Child Pornography, Producing Child Pornography, Distribution of Child Pornography, Sodomy with a Minor, Oral Copulation with a Minor or any other Sex Crime, contact a Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney, Robert M. Bernstein, for a free consultation today.

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