The man accused of raping and murdering a toddler in New Jersey was convicted of child molestation in 2008 and sentenced to five to 15 years in prison, a law that is now being challenged in court.
But now that the father of the man accused has been released from prison, it is unclear if the new man’s trial will be delayed.
The father of Jeffrey Williams, the former CEO of the health care company, was convicted in 2008 of sexually abusing two of his children.
He is currently serving a life sentence.
The woman accused of sexually molesting the boys, identified only as Jane Doe, is now serving a sentence of life without parole.
The state has said that Williams’s crimes happened in 2006 and 2007, but his trial ended in January 2011 after he was convicted.
But the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that his trial should be delayed until his second trial in 2012.
The case began in 2002 when the mother of the two children filed a complaint alleging that she had been sexually abused by her husband and that Williams had molested the children.
The woman accused Williams of abusing her when she was 15 and he was 33.
In a 2007 report to the New York City Department of Health, she described how Williams had “briefly” raped her while she was pregnant.
The women said Williams molested them when they were teenagers and when they had sex with him at parties in New York.
After his first trial, the state’s case against Williams was dropped, but he was retried and found guilty of child abuse.
He was sentenced to a maximum of 30 years in jail.
The state appealed, and a New Jersey judge agreed in 2011 to delay his second conviction until 2017.
The New Jersey case is one of a number that are in the spotlight after sexual abuse allegations against prominent figures.