The state Supreme Court is considering whether a man convicted of sexually assaulting his girlfriend’s daughter should have been allowed to introduce sexually explicit instant messages that the girl sent to other men.

In State v. J.A.C. , A-102-10, argued Wednesday, the defense claimed the IMs were relevant to the alleged victim’s credibility, since she first brought the allegation against the defendant after her mother discovered them.

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