The man who ran an eastern Iowa program to rehabilitate young offenders is in legal trouble himself. An attorney for the former director of the Summit Program, a three-month residential Davenport boot camp, will appear before a judge on January 16th. Attorney Murray Bell will argue that police didn’t have probable cause August 22nd to search the home of his client, 36-year-old John Michael Bolsinger. He’ll also argue that videos, CDs and other items that were confiscated will be used not as evidence but to attack Bolsinger. Bolsinger is charged with three counts of third degree sexual abuse, three counts of sexual misconduct with an offender and juvenile and sexual exploitation by a counselor or therapist. He is accused of examining at least three boys, purportedly to determine if they had hernias.