Lenox Man Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assault

Posted on September 21st, 2010 No Comments

A man in Lenox has pleaded guilty to his role in a 1998 sexual assault case involving a woman who was drugged and rapped.

According to court documents, 36 year-old Aaron Kincaid must register as a sex offender and serve a probation sentence, but he will not serve any additional prison time. Kincade served just under two years after his original conviction which was later overturned.

The criminal case went through the entire appellate review before being returned to Berkshire Superior Court, where Kincaid pleaded guilty Monday to four counts of aggravated rape. He was originally sentenced to a 15 to 18-year state prison sentence, but that conviction was overturned in 2005 by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. The trial was declared a mistrial and the case was placed back on the local Superior Court’s criminal docket this summer.

If you need help in the realm of Massachusetts sex crime law, please contact the Massachusetts sex crimes attorney James Powderly today by calling 508-343-0676.

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