State v. Coghill

In State v. Coghill, 216 Ariz. 578, 169 P.3d 942 (App. 2007), the Court stated that the trial court retained discretion to preclude the showing of child pornography videos and that "an offered stipulation is only one factor to consider in that determination." Coghill, 216 Ariz. 578,38, 169 P.3d 942 at 951. Further the Court did not ultimately resolve the admissibility of child pornography in that case. Id. (declining to reach question of whether stipulation there required preclusion because issue not properly raised before trial court).