Niagara Falls lawyer, charged with three intercourse assaults, pleaded to sexual misconduct in highschool | Crime Information

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D’Angelo’s attorneys appealed the ruling, but the appeal was dismissed in an October 6, 2017 Appeals Division of the Supreme Court referring to D’Angelo’s “Judgment on Juvenile Offenders”.

Niagara Falls School Superintendent Mark R. Laurrie confirmed this week that the district’s insurance company paid plaintiff a settlement in 2018.

On Monday, D’Angelo pleaded not guilty to a charge that charged him with sex crimes against three women.

He is charged with first degree rape, two cases of first degree criminal sexual act, and one case of illegal detention against a woman he met on an online dating site in the fall of 2016. Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn Jr. said. D’Angelo is accused of locking and raping the woman in his car in Niagara Falls.

A first-degree criminal sexual act count was filed in connection with a second victim who was allegedly forced to have sexual contact with D’Angelo at his Lockport law firm on October 26, 2018.

D’Angelo’s alleged association with a teenage prostitute resulted in seven charges, Flynn said. D’Angelo is alleged to have had sex with the prostitute three times between August 28 and October 7, 2019, either in North Tonawanda or at his law firm in Niagara Falls, Flynn said.

The charges include three cases of paternalism for third degree prostitution and two cases each of third degree rape and third degree criminal sexual act for sex with a person under the age of 17, the age of sexual consent in New York.