Travis Demers Enters Guilty Pleas And Sentenced To 3 To 7 Years In NH State Prison
MANCHESTER, NH - Travis Demers appeared in Hillsborough County Superior Court in Manchester on Friday for a plea and sentencing on several charges he was facing.
Demers had been arrested several times in connection to different incidents where he was accused of filming women without their knowledge in retail dressing rooms. Charges were filed in several cities and towns. He was repeatedly released on personal recognizance bail, and after several violations was ordered held on preventative detention.
Demers agreed to plead guilty in all the cases he faced including failing to report properly as a second offender and the bail violations.
Honorable Judge Amy Messer agreed to the proposed sentence of 3 to 7 years stand committed in the New Hampshire State Prison for men. Demers was given 197 days of credit for his pretrial confinement which can be used to reduce the minimum amount of time he is facing.
The defendant is ordered to participate meaningfully in and complete counseling, treatment, and educational programs as directed by correctional authorities. The defendant is ordered to have no unsupervised contact with any child under 18. Demers also waives the right to sentence review.
Other stipulations include he must follow recommendations from prior psychosexual evaluation “to include CBT, DBT, and substance abuse counseling”. Comply with all sexual offender registration requirements.
Up to six months of Demer’s sentence may be suspended if he successfully completes of sex offender treatment.
No victims of the defendant were in court, but it was mentioned by his defense attorney that the twin brother of Demers was in the courtroom to offer support.
After the sentencing, Demers was removed from the courtroom and will be transported to the New Hampshire State Prison for men by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs
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Travis Demers listens to Honorable Judge Amy Messer In Hillsborough County Superior court as he is sentenced to 3 to 7 years.
The court document below with the RSA's and exact sentencing information outlines the details from the February 10th plea and sentencing.