On June 18th, 2008, Daniel Moshos appeared before the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas for sentencing. Previously, Moshos had been convicted after a four day jury trial of public indecency, two counts of gross xexual imposition and attempted rape. During the course of the trial, victims had testified to sexual harassment and repeated sexual assaults by Moshos. Several of those assaults took place in Moshos’ medical office where the victims had been sent by their employers for exams after work related injuries.
At the sentencing hearing, citing the breach of trust as well as the lasting physical and emotional impact these crimes had on the victims, the State requested the Judge impose a sentence totaling nine years. After arguments by both sides, the Court imposed the minimum sentence of two years for the attempted rape, and six months each for the gross sexual imposition charges and ordered all sentences be run consecutively for a total of three years.
During the investigation, it was also revealed that Moshos had been terminated from a prior employer shortly after several patients made complaints alleging sexual harassment by Moshos.