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Milton High track coach accused of kissing 16-year-old girl changed after Parkinson’s treatment, defense attorney says

Posted by David Newton | Jun 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Milton High track coach accused of kissing 16-year-old girl changed after Parkinson's treatment, defense attorney says

QUINCY – The Milton High School track coach accused of kissing a 16-year-old member of his track team is being treated for Parkinson's disease, and that treatment has increased his libido and decreased his impulse control, his defense attorney said today.

Dale Snyder pleaded not guilty in Quincy District Court to one count of indecent assault and battery and two counts of assault and battery before Judge Mark Coven, who set bail for the 64-year-old Abington resident at $10,000 cash.

Defense attorney Thomas Lawton told Coven that a key issue in the case is how Snyder, a married man with a teenaged child, had changed since he was diagnosed with Parkinson's about two years ago. Those changes have intensified while he receives a drug that Lawton identified as Stalevo.


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I served in the U.S. Marine Corps for five years. After serving honorably in the U.S. Marine Corps, I graduated magna cum laude from State University of New York College at Brockport with a B.S. in Business and Economics. I then continued on to obtain my law degree cum laude from Boston Universit...


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