In January, Maurer said he'd likely sentence Stewart to a minimum of 25 to 36 years in prison if he pleaded to the charges, but Stewart rejected that option and demanded a trial.
Court records indicate Stewart was "displaying odd behavior" at a hearing in March, where the second competency evaluation was ordered.
First International Conference on Transgender Law and Employment Policy The conference in Houston was the first of six gatherings where activists, especially lawyers, from around the country met and laid the groundwork for the transgender movement.A jury this month convicted Chad Alan Stewart, 30, on two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct and two counts related to child pornography.Stewart sexually assaulted two girls under the age of 8 and took pictures and video of the incidents, which were later found on his cell phone, Eaton County Prosecutor Doug Lloyd said. Stewart was first charged more than a year ago, but proceedings were delayed while officials twice evaluated his competency to stand trial. Stewart was "faking it," Lloyd said."It's amazing, how when he spoke to his mother in meetings — during jail visits he was always sane as could be," Lloyd said.Clashes at Cooper’s Donuts Police officers tried to arrest individuals at Cooper’s Donuts in Los Angeles, a popular hangout for transgender people, drag queens and others in the L. Bush became the first president to officially welcome an openly transgender person, Petra Leilani Akwai, into the White House as part of a Yale 1968 class reunion. community picketed the restaurant after it prohibited transgender people from entering. The Stonewall Riots are widely considered to have sparked the L. The Gazebo Chat Room The Gazebo, a dedicated chat room for transgender people, was started on AOL by Gwendolyn Ann Smith, providing a gathering place and a resource center with a bulletin board. Smith said, The Gazebo had tens of thousands of unique visitors a month.