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Maui Man Found Guilty of Electronic Enticement of a Child

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HONOLULU (KHNL) - A Maui man was found guilty Monday of Electronic Enticement of a Child in the First Degree.

Robert McKnight faces a maximum sentence of ten years in prison and under a new law passed in July 2006, a minimum sentence of five years probation with a one year prison term as a condition of probation. 

McKnight must also register as a sex offender. 

The jury deliberated for just over two hours before returning a guilty verdict.

This is the first case to go before a jury under the new sentencing law and the first trial for the crime of Electronic Enticement of a Child in the State.

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