Wyoming County Court: Woman accused of setting fire to Castile Diner had her case adjourned to June
The following were in Wyoming County Court before Judge Michael Mohun May 11.
Amy Goodenow, who is accused of a crime in Castile, had her case adjourned to June 1 for a Mapp/Huntley Hearing. A Huntley Hearing is a pretrial hearing in New York State and is requested for the purpose of reviewing the manner in which the police obtained statements from the defendant. A Mapp Hearing deals with the admissibility of physical evidence obtained by the police as a result of an illegal search. When there is a violation of the defendant’s constitutional rights regarding the seizure of the defendant’s physical evidence, the evidence may be suppressed.
Marie Giambra, who is accused of a crime in Eagle, had her case adjourned to June 1 for a Huntley Hearing.
Clifford Murch, who is accused of committing a crime in Perry, had his case adjourned to June 1 for a Huntley Hearing.
Patrick Gugliuzza, who is accused of committing a crime in Warsaw, was in court for motions. The case has been adjourned to June 1 for a Huntley Hearing.
James Qutermous, who committed a crime in Warsaw, successfully completed interim probation. He was sentenced to three years probation on the reduced charge of scheme to defraud in the second degree. Restitution was paid in full.
Rachel Lafferty, who is accused of a crime in Warsaw, had her case adjourned to July 6 for motions.
Paul Havlen, who committed a crime in Wyoming County, was in court for a SORA risk level determination. A SORA Hearing is scheduled May 22. Sex Offender Registry Act: Sex offenders are required by the SORA to verify their information in the Registry at specified intervals. There are three levels of sex offenders: Level 1 (low risk of re-offense), Level 2 (medium risk of re-offense) and Level 3 (high risk of re-offense); risk level is set by a judge after a court hearing.