Sex Offenses

Commonwealth v. Walker, 2016 PA Super 100

Posted in PA Superior Court Cases,Sex Offenses,Sufficiency of Evidence on May 13, 2016

Walker drove around town asking grossly inappropriate sexual questions of various underage girls. He tried to physically pull the last child he targeted into his car, but she was able to resist and flee. He first challenged the sufficiency of the evidence for his four unlawful contact with a minor convictions. The Information did not… read more

Commonwealth v. Evans, 2016 PA Super 90

Posted in Admission of Evidence,PA Superior Court Cases,Post-Sentence Motions,Sex Offenses,Sexual Offender Assessment,Statutory Interpretation on April 26, 2016

  Evans was a registered sex offender as the result of a previous case. He entered a negotiated guilty plea to various charges based on illegal sexual contact with a minor and was sentenced to twelve and one-half to twenty-five years’ incarceration. Before sentencing, he was ordered to undergo a SOAB assessment. The SOAB did… read more