Jason James Murphy was being tried on a charge of concealing his sex offender status with an alias. The judge says Murphy did not conceal his full name from employers.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge dismissed the criminal case against a Hollywood casting director accused of concealing his sex offender status with an alias Wednesday, saying the man had consistently provided his real name, driver’s license and passport to the movie studios that employed him.
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