A manager charged for Physically assaulting a female representative and taking steps to have her terminated in the event that she went to the police will continue serving a 20-year jail sentence.
That is pledged by a state Superior Court board’s disavowal of the appeal of Mario A. Guevara.
Specialists said Guevara, 63, of Blandon, more than once attacked the lady, and ignored her requests for him to stop, while she was cleaning a stockroom in October 2017.
The lady proved Guevara sneaked up behind her and got her chest, Judge Anne E. Lazarus noted in the express court’s sentiment.
She claimed that when she blamed Guevara for assaulting her, he said “nobody would trust her without evidence, and that she would lose her job,” Lazarus composed. She noticed the lady gave the sole money related help to her family.
Guevara was captured by Fleetwood Borough police after the lady again stood up to Guevara about the attack and recorded their discussion on her mobile phone, the judge noted.
Guevara’s three-day preliminary in Berks County Court concluded with the jury sentencing him for 20 years of jail.
Witness credibility is a matter for the jury, not an interesting court, to choose, Lazarus, countered. “In appreciation to the fact that we can’t review (the woman’s) believability, we are unsure with respect to how the appearance of these photographs in any capacity denies (her) declaration,” the judge included.
Guevara didn’t have any luck, either, in attempting to convince the state judges to void a necessity that he register with state police as a guilty party for his entire life.