Luzerne County Judge David Lupas sentenced Attorney Robert Zanicky, 40, of Drums, to one year probation, which consisted of two concurrent sentences for each charge for each victim.
is not permitted to have contact with the victims or any underage girls during the year.
Zanicky, who has a law firm in Wilkes-Barre and is president of the United Soccer Training Academy, was charged in 2011 with corrupting the morals of two girls, who were 16 and 17 at the time.
was scheduled to go to trial on the charges, but a plea agreement was reached.
The other victim, who was 16, said Zanicky
to the same motel, where he
wanted to "talk" about his
wife being diagnosed with cancer.
When they went into the room, she
and talked about all the things he
wanted to do to her
, such as pull her
hair and throw her
against the wall.
ran out of the room to the car and asked him to take her
If the minor is under age 18, however, an adult can be charged with the misdemeanor charge which Zanicky
faced: corruption of a minor.
The victim said he
to the Wilkes-Barre Lodge and she
didn't want to go into the room and told him no about six times, but he
told her his
wife was sick and he
just needed to relax.
When they went to the room, she
began touching her
in a "creepy way" and kissed her
According to the police criminal complaint, Zanicky
"how good it felt because he
couldn't ever kiss his
wife in months because she
got up and ran to the door.
The other victim said when he
to the hotel, they had sex and he
tried to contact her
afterwards but she
refused to answer his
left the courtroom quietly with his attorney, Todd Henry.
travels now, it will have to be approved by the probation department, Roberts said.
still holds his law license, but Roberts said his plea "will obviously have ramifications on that."