Ann Arbor psychologist charged with criminal sexual conduct has hearing adjourned
Courtesy of WCSO
The 61-year-old Ann Arbor psychologist charged with four counts of criminal sexual conduct had his preliminary examination adjourned to March 28 in the 14A-1 District Court Thursday.
David Falkner's attorney, John Shea, is currently tied up representing Bernard Kilpatrick in the federal corruption trial in Detroit. The jury is still out in the case involving former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, his father and Bobby Ferguson.
Falkner is accused of having an "inappropriate relationship" with one of his patients. Police say the victim is a woman older than 18 but have not released any additional information about the case.
Falkner, who is free on a personal recognizance bond, faces four counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. Each count is punishable by two years of imprisonment or a fine up to $500.