Wednesday, January 15, 2014

NY - Man sentenced to prison for not disclosing criminal record on employment application

Employment
Original Article

01/15/2014

MOREAU - A man who lied on an employment application about being a Level 2 Sex Offender has been sentenced to 1 ½ to 3 years in State Prison.

According to Saratoga County District Attorney James Murphy, _____, 57, pleaded guilty to Offering a False Instrument for Filing 1st Degree, a felony.

_____, of Whitehall, admitted to submitting a job application in the town of Moreau and failing to disclose his criminal record. He was offered a job as groundskeeper in town parks.

At the time, _____ was on parole after a 2008 conviction of a sexual conduct charge related to a number of sexual assaults of a child.

Murphy said the town did not perform a background check on the man. However, he was fired in early May after he was recognized by a parent.

There were no allegations he had improper contact with children at the parks.

The town of Moreau has changed its job screening process.


3 comments :

Eric Knight said...

Did I read right...a $30 PENALTY??

Yes I did. The fact that it is seen as a penalty, and not a fee, is enough to easily turn this law around, IF someone has the $$,$$$ to pay the lawyer fee.

Randy said...

Imperfect I am, even below the dust of he earth.

3rd Nephi 11:30
Behold this is not my doctrine to stir up the hearts of men with anger one against another, but this is my doctrine that such things should be done away.

the issue of training parole officers in sexual molestation cases on illegal use of internet and should be a state wide tax base issue not a payment by the convict. Over state lines does it require the FBI? Again a federal tax base system Second it is Good to get sexting off the sex register.

ccp081970 said...

At very least someone not on parole or probation should not have to pay a fee to off set supervision cost or monitoring.