Steven Paul Bradford was originally placed on probation after pleading no contest to a charge of rape of a child younger than 14. But prosecutors filed a motion to correct what they said was an illegal sentence. They noted that under Kansas law, a judge cannot grant probation for a person convicted of having sex with a child younger than 14.
Steven Paul Bradford was originally placed on probation after pleading no contest to a charge of rape of a child younger than 14. But prosecutors filed a motion to correct what they said was an illegal sentence. They noted that under Kansas law, a judge cannot grant probation for a person convicted of having sex with a child younger than 14.
Steven Paul Bradford was originally placed on probation after pleading no contest to a charge of rape of a child younger than 14. But prosecutors filed a motion to correct what they said was an illegal sentence. They noted that under Kansas law, a judge cannot grant probation for a person convicted of having sex with a child younger than 14.

Prison sentence replaces probation in Lenexa child rape case

December 12, 2014 03:28 PM