Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Acts Of Lewdness

The Oklahoma Supreme Court accepted the resignation and ordered the disbarment of an attorney who had been charged with, among other things, second degree rape and forcible oral sodomy. The attorney pleaded guilty to two counts of offering to engage in acts of lewdness and was sentenced to 365 days imprisonment. NewsOK has a report about the arrest that mentions that the attorney had represented the defendant a high profile case involving a wife convicted of murdering her husband. According to the report:

A report by Oklahoma City police Sgt. Ben Lacaze says Miskovsky rented a room with a hot tub at The Best Western Broadway Inn & Suites, 6101 N Santa Fe Ave., on April 22. The girl's relative, Lorie Michelle Toney, drove her to meet Miskovsky at the room the following night where the attorney offered the girl whiskey and wine before paying $150 for sex, according to the report.

The report states Miskovsky paid $160 on May 1 for oral sex when Toney delivered the girl to Miskovsky's home.

The girl admitted to the sex acts with Miskovsky during police interviews, according to the report. Police were tipped off when the girl's father filed a police report. The girl said she was never given any of the money.

(Mike Frisch).

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