The Defendant was charged with possession of child pornography. During the trial court abused its discretion in admitting into evidence of uncharged images of child pornography found on computer seized during search. Improperly finding the images to be inextricably intertwined evidence.
The uncharged images, which do not assist in “describing the deeds” charged, provide an intelligent account of the charged crimes or establish the entire context out of which the crimes arose, or describe events leading up to the charged crimes, do not satisfy reasons for admitting inextricably intertwined evidence.
The error was not harmless remand for new trial.