A deal has been reached in Texas, over a felony charge against Kanzius Cancer Lead Researcher, Dr. Steven Curley.
Dr. Curley was facing a felony charge, for spying on his ex-wife's computer activity.
Friday, prosecutors in Harris County Texas reached a deal with his attorney.
As part of the pre-trial diversion, Dr. Curley has a year to perform 120 hours of community service, he must also meet with a probation officer every 3 months, and have no contact with his ex-wife.
With Friday's deal, if he complies with all of that, the charge against him will be dropped.
Regarding the deal made Friday, Dr. Curley released a statement to WICU & WSEE stating, "I am pleased and happy with the result, and most importantly I can now proceed full speed ahead to move the Kanzius Cancer treatment device toward human clinical trials."