Ex-Maine Music Teacher Resentenced on Sex Charges

Updated 3 years ago

A former Maine music teacher convicted of molesting some of his students whose sentence was overturned by the Supreme Court has been resentenced. In place of the 29-year sentence vacated by the Supreme Judicial Court last month, 52-year-old Theodore Stanislaw was sentenced to 27 years in prison. Stanislaw, of Blue Hill, was convicted and sentenced in January 2010 for a variety of charges that he molested girls between the ages of 10 and 14 between 2002 and 2008. Last month the Supreme Court ruled that a superior court judge Justice Kevin Cuddy misapplied sentencing guidelines when sentencing Stanislaw. Earlier this month, Cuddy sentenced Stanislaw again, this time to 27 years in prison. (AP)


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