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It was a confusing, bewildering scene in February when Keith Vallejo left the courtroom not in chains or cuffs but unencumbered to go home, be with his family and essentially resume normal life, despite the fact he’d just been convicted of sexually abusing two teenage girls.“Watching a man being taken away in chains isn’t the kind of closure the court’s willing to endorse at this time,” said Judge Thomas Low as Ryan Mc Bride, Utah County deputy attorney, asked for Vallejo’s incarceration per custom, and more importantly, statute. 17 of one first-degree felony of object rape and 10 second-degree felonies of forcible sexual abuse after a jury trial.