Thomas Jack Jr. waves to family members and friends attending his hearing in Juneau Superior Court on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017. Juneau Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg ruled to send sentencing of Jack Jr. to a three-judge panel review during the hearing on Tuesday. Jack, 40, was convicted by a Juneau jury during a 2010 trial on six felony counts of sexually assaulting a minor - his then 11-year-old foster daughter. The child and her younger sister had begun living with the Jack family in Hoonah in summer 2007.

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