What's weird is that KASCKAROW filed the petition due to dating violence from Melissa Zachariasz. It was probably for an order of protection
Quote from: Mary_McConnell on January 10, 2015, 03:16What's weird is that KASCKAROW filed the petition due to dating violence from Melissa Zachariasz. It was probably for an order of protectionThat guy's afraid of Melissa??
Petitioner Daniel Kasckarow petitions for an order and judgment, pursuant to CPLR 7801–7806, annulling and vacating the January 25, 2011 final determination of respondent Board of Examiners of Sex Offenders of the State of New York (Board) on the grounds the determination was arbitrary and capricious, was affected by error of law and involved an abuse of discretion.The essence of petitioner's claim is that his Florida nolo contendere plea to the crime of indecent assault (former Fla Stat § 800.04 ), for which the court withheld adjudication, and entered an “order of supervision” placing petitioner on “sexual offender probation” for four years, does not constitute a conviction for purposes of the Sex Offender Registration Act (Correction Law art 6–C [SORA] ), and that, as such, the Board erred in determining that petitioner was required to register under SORA.The underlying facts are largely undisputed. By an April 1998 Information, the State of Florida charged that, on October 1, 1997, petitioner, who was 18 at the time, violated former Florida Statutes § 800.04(3) by committing an act of Sexual Battery as defined in Florida Statutes § 794.011(1)(h)1 upon a child under the age of 16.2 On June 4, 1999, petitioner entered a plea of nolo contendere to the charge for which the court withheld adjudication, and the court entered an “order of supervision” placing petitioner on “sexual offender probation” for four years. In March 2001, the Florida court granted a defense motion to terminate petitioner's probation and petitioner was thereafter required to register as a sex offender under Florida Statutes § 943.0435, Florida's version of SORA.