Casper Businessman’s Lawyer: Alleged Sex Assault Never Happened
The prosecution and defense outlined the case against and for Casper businessman Tony Cercy on the second day of his sexual assault trial in Natrona County District Court.
Natrona County District Attorney Mike Blonigen recounted what has been reported in previous reports, how the alleged victim passed out on a couch in Cercy's residence at Alcova Lake and woke up with him performing oral sex on her.
Lead defense attorney Pamela Mackey gave a much different view of what happened.
Because what allegedly happened didn't, Mackey told the seven-man, seven-woman jury.
Cercy is charged with one count of first-degree sexual assault (rape), one count of second-degree and one count of third degree sexual assault on the 20-year-old woman. If convicted on all counts, he faces between seven and 85 years of imprisonment.