CAMP VERDE – Lanny Sean Cramp, of Cottonwood, appeared in custody Monday at Yavapai County Superior Court before Judge Michael R. Bluff for a pretrial conference and possible change of plea.
Cramp made a request for a neew lawyer. He claimed he did not receive a physical copy of his plea from the June 27 court meeting.
“Paperwork is not being delivered in a timely manner,” Cramp stated.
Cramp’s state-appointed attorney, John Hollis, pointed out that physical copies of pleas are not mandatory.
Judge Bluff did not award Cramp a new lawyer, and instead Cramp will be given a physical copy of his plea and five weeks to consider whether he will accept the plea.
According to a court docket, 46-year-old Cramp is charged with sexual conduct with a minor and continuous sexual abuse of a child.
He is held without bond.
Should Cramp choose to take the plea agreement, he could face a maximum sentence of 64 years and six months.
Cramp could face a maximum sentence of over 90 years if he is found guilty at trial.
Cramp is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 21 for a possible pretrial conference.
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