JN, a deliveryman for a home delivery service, made routine and frequent deliveries to a disabled woman at her home. One day while making a delivery she asked him to do a favor which he did. He told her he felt he deserved something for the favor. She went to give him a kiss on the cheek. He then kissed her on the lips inserting his tongue into her mouth. She retreated to her bedroom; he followed her and then proceeded to fondle her breasts (over her clothes), he lifted her shirt exposing her breasts, and he fondled her crotch area. He offered to show her his genitals but she declined. He then left. She was terrified. The matter was reported to the police. JN went to the police and confessed. He was summonsed to court and charged with two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person age 14 or over and one count of accosting and annoying a person of the opposite sex. A conviction of indecent assault and battery would have required (1) that JN register (for 20 years) as a sex offender with the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board and (2) that JN wear a GPS device for the term of probation (if probation was imposed). JN retained Attorney Robert Lewin. JN did not want to go to trial but wished to resolve the case with probation without sex offender registration and without GPS Monitoring. JN was sent to

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