Fourth Degree Touching Did Not Touch Office – State v. Hupka

The June 15, 2009 Appellate Division holding in State v. Hupka provides an in-depth analysis of the law of forfeiture of public office. The Court held that a correction officer who committed a 4th degree sexual contact was not subject to lifetime forfeiture because the offense did not touch on his office.

Download a copy of State v. Hupka.

Share:
  • Print
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Category: Muni-Mail Archive