May 152019
 
 May 15, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Court

From the you-don’t-dave-to-be-Jewish-to-have-chutzpah dept., Mike Bannan reports:

A Broomall man convicted of using his cell phone to film fellow students in a  bathroom at Villanova University failed in his appeal to the court alleging that Police violated his privacy. The man, in his original trial, had tried to have evidence excluded that was found on a cellphone and a computer. That evidence was allowed in at trial and was the foundation of his appeal.

Vincent Kane age 22 of Broomall was convicted and sentenced back in November of 2017 in  Delaware County by Judge James P. Bradley who imposed a 10-month to 5-year prison sentence, along with 8 years of probation.

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