The Associated Press reports:
Attorneys for former reality TV star Josh Duggar have filed motions seeking to dismiss child pornography charges against him. The motions ask for the dismissal of the two charges and to suppress evidence in the case, including all statements Duggar made to investigators, the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported.
The documents, filed Friday, allege prosecutors failed to preserve potentially exculpatory evidence and that the two acting secretaries of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security at the time of the Duggar investigation weren’t properly appointed.
The motions to suppress evidence say investigators took Duggar’s cellphone before he could call his lawyer and questioned him without his lawyer present.
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Attorneys for former reality TV star Josh Duggar filed motions seeking to dismiss child pornography charges against him. Duggar, who appeared on TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting,” pleaded not guilty to charges he downloaded and possessed child pornography. https://t.co/4Ar70sv3Q4
— The Associated Press (@AP) August 24, 2021