Ann Arbor psychologist facing CSC charges has court date adjourned until May 13
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The 61-year-old Ann Arbor psychologist who was supposed to appear in court Monday had his hearing adjourned to another date, according to court records.
David Vernon Falkner, charged with four counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct, was set to come before Judge Darlene O'Brien in the Washtenaw County Trial Court for a pretrial hearing, which was adjourned until May 13.
“There was some scheduling issues on both sides,” said John Shea, Falkner's attorney.
Records indicate Falkner waived his preliminary examination in district court on March 21.
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.
Shea did not have any further comment about the charges Monday.
Each CSC count is punishable by two years of imprisonment or a fine up to $500.
Falkner remains free on a personal recognizance bond.