The case of a Farina man who pleaded guilty to one count of predatory criminal sexual assault of a victim under the age of 13 is now being sent to the Attorney General’s Office for review. 53-year old Larry Sapp pled guilty to the one count of predatory criminal sexual assault in June of 2017 and was sentenced to 11 ½ years in the Department of Corrections with credit for just over a year and three months of time served and is also required to register as a sex offender for life. However, on September 21 of this year, a letter from Sapp to Judge Don Sheafor was filed with the court which contained in it several accusations against people involved in the case. In the letter, Sapp alleges that he wanted to go to trial but that Public Defender William Starnes would not let it go to trial. Sapp also makes allegations against Fayette County States Attorney Josh Morrison and Illinois State Police Special Agent Jeff Kline. Following the filing of the letter with the court, a hearing was set for Wednesday morning with Sapp appearing in the custody of the Department of Corrections. During the appearance, Sapp was assigned Conflict Public Defender Jeff DeLong. Due to the allegations in the letter involving States Attorney Morrison among others, the court was told that the Appellate Prosecutors Office had been contacted to avoid conflict and it was determined that the case needed to be forwarded to the Attorney General’s Office. The matter was then scheduled for a status hearing as well as Sapp’s first appearance with new counsel Delong to be held on November 27 at 10am.