School administrator found not guilty, charges to be expunged

Posted on January 14th, 2011 No Comments

Last week, a Pennsylvania school administrator was found not guilty of charges of sexual assault and went trial to have the arrest and charges expunged from his record.

The school teacher, Ryan Thomas Monaghan, was recently accused by a student of molestation 10 years earlier when she was in Monaghan’s first grade class at East Vincent Elementary School.  Witnesses testified that the girl’s story did not make sense and that Monaghan would not have been left alone with the girl.

The trial lasted for three days and the jury deliberated for 10 hours before coming to a decision.  When Monaghan is granted expungement, all court documents and criminal records about the charges and trial will be destroyed.  In addition, he will never have to report being arrested or the charges made against him.

Contact the Dallas expungement attorney, Mark T. Lassiter, at 214-651-1121 today if you or someone you know has been wrongly accused of committing and crime and wants to have the charges expunged from your record.

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