Boy Scout Abuse Criminal Trial Adjourned Until June

5491161a05ed6.imageNew York State legislator Michael Kelsey’s criminal trial for one felony count of first degree sexual abuse and two misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of a child has been adjourned until June 15 at the request of Kelsey’s attorney.

Kelsey, a former Boy Scout assistant Scoutmaster, has been accused of sexually abusing two young boys. The alleged sexual abuse happened in August of last year during a Boy Scout hiking trip in St. Lawrence County. He was criminally charged on December 15, 2014.

In spite of the criminal charges and public demands that he step down from the Legislature, Kelsey has refused. Some elected officials have also called upon Kelsey to resign.

Dumas and Vaughn Attorneys at Law has law offices in Portland, Oregon and serves clients in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and other states.

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