In a world dominated by shows like Law and Order: SVU which hit hard with stories of Sexual Assault and Rape, and how they are prosecuted, it very hard to understand how in the “real world” theese things are still dismissed with the swish and a flourish.

“The preparation and posting of the video, accompanied by music, vitiates any argument that defendant was so intoxicated that he did not realize the nature and quality of his acts,”

Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Waldman

The above statement by Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Waldman was one of the comments made in a nine-page decision denying Zacahry Madle, 26 of Wildwood entry in the PRI or Pre Trial Intervention program.

Madle, whos is a Stockton University graduate, was accused of sexually assaulting a student and then posting video of the assault on social media. He pleaded to lesser charges on Thursday, January 16th, 2020.

As a result of his plea, Madle will face no jail time, he will not be required to register as a Megan’s Law offender, and he will not undergo any evaluation at the Avenel Adult Diagnostic Treatment Center according to his attorney.

Maddle admitted that he took cell phone video of his victim inside of her doorm room on the Stockton University campus on Feb 5th, 2017 and that she was not consious at the time. For this MAddle pleaded to third-degree invation of privacy.

After that he proceeded to post the video to Snapchat, and pleaded to a fourth-degree charge of criminal sexual contact.

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