Motion denied. That was the answer given to the defense in McLean County Court on Friday in the case involving a Bloomington piano teacher accused of criminal sexual assault, sexual abuse, and child pornography.
This means all the evidence gathered in the case against Aaron Parlier will be seen in front of a jury.
Parlier’s lawyer had filed a motion to suppress all evidence found after two search warrants questioning the legality of the warrants. The defense argued the 4 to 7 year gap between the alleged sexual encounters and when the alleged victim’s came forward made the information stale.
The judge debunked these claims stating delayed disclosure is common in these cases and backed up the legality of the search warrants.
He is due back in court April 5th