Former Rep. Parker Pleads Guilty

Former Rep. Parker Pleads Guilty

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(KSL TV) Former state Representative Brent Parker has plead guilty to soliciting sex from an undercover officer posing as a male prostitute during the General legislative session.

The misdemeanor charge carries $1,000 fine and six months in jail, but Parker will attend the ten-week "Johns Program" instead.

That is a counseling program for defendants charged with soliciting sex.

If Parker completes the program the case will be dismissed in one year.

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