The Client worked at an iPhone repair store. A woman brought in her device to have it repaired. The Client was the employee who then handled the repair. After the phone was repaired and the woman picked up the phone, a man came to the iPhone repair store claiming to be the woman’s boyfriend. The man claimed that the Client had texted a video containing sexually explicit images of his girlfriend to another number, presumably the client’s own phone. Law enforcement was contacted and the Client was then charged with a felony. The Firm began handling the case and soon discovered that, while what was alleged to have happened may sound like a crime, there was in fact no felony charge that made it a crime. The State, after a deposition of the alleged victim, agreed and the felony charge was dismissed.