A Lucedale transgender man will serve 12 full years for sex crimes he committed against a transgender who was 13 years old at the time. Circuit Judge Dale Harkey on Friday sentenced Maroney to 20 years in prison on each of the sexual battery charges, with 12 years to serve day for day and the remainder on post-release supervision.
Krishna “Kris” Maroney, 24, pleaded guilty in July to touching of a child for lustful purposes and six counts of sexual battery. The other two sexual battery crimes occurred in Jackson County between Nov. The sentence is concurrent on each of those charges.
While I recognize that the victim will continue to suffer from the trauma of this abusive relationship, I hope that this ...
sentence gives the victim and his family some semblance of justice.” Maroney and the teen had been involved in a dating relationship.
The force says Ms Stewart's request for her lesbian partner to be on the same shift as her was turned down because officers felt it was inappropriate for a couple to be working together so closely.Some persons listed might no longer be registered sex offenders and others might have been added.Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.This position, the plaintiffs’ attorneys say, reads this decision as well as “as if gay couples were entitled to equal protection of the laws only up to the point of getting married, but not with respect to having children or anything else.” Finally, Kaplan’s team filed an affidavit by Brian Powell, an Indiana University sociology professor, challenging the state’s assertion that “dual-gender parenting is preferable and should be encouraged where possible by prohibiting adoption by same-gender couples.” The overwhelming body of social science research, he writes, finds little difference in the well-being of people raised by same-sex versus different-sex couples.There are so many studies that have reached this conclusion, Powell continues, “that it is not undercut by the very few outliers” that come to a different one.