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Two dozen crimes including distribution of child pornography and fourth district court judge set a trial date for august sixth and it's expected that the trial will take at least four full days in the ada county courtroom the idaho presstribune reports fauchet is being held in the ada county jail right now on a million dollar bond the amended criminal complaint shows that fall shades charged with twenty one counts of felony sexual exploitation of a child one count of felony possession of a controlled substance that being lsd and two counts of misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance being marijuana and ecstasy judge scott told fauchet if convicted of the crimes he faces life in prison and three hundred and thirty seven thousand dollars in fines well it looks like the idaho legislative session is coming to a rapid conclusion whether or not that's today or later this week is yet to be seen senator janey ward angle king from district eighteen was a guest here on six seventy kbio and explains they just can't leave yet the reason for that is if you remember last year there was a court case and it went to the supreme court on the on the governor vetoing the grocery tax exemption and basically we were told that we need to stay in town or stay you know in session for five days in case there's a veto that we want over right and she says right now it's kind of a wait and see approach but they're hanging around just in case there's a veto or vote that's needed to take place idaho could get twenty two to thirty seven million more dollars per year in revenue now that a bill requiring most online retailers charge sales tax on purchases made by customers in.