No offer yet for man accused in sex assault of Stockton student

Plea negotiations have not yet started for a former Stockton University student accused of sexually assaulting a student there in 2017, and then posting it online.
Zachary Madle, 26, is charged with invasion of privacy and aggravated criminal sexual contact — both third-degree crimes.
The Wildwood man allegedly posted videos of the victim in various states of undress and varying states of consciousness via Snapchat, according to the charges. One shows him rubbing her genitals while she appears semi-conscious.
It was Madle’s first appearance since Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Waldman denied a motion to compel Madle’s acceptance into pretrial intervention.
The prosecutor in the case said he was just recently assigned it and told the judge he would be meeting with the victim.
An offer is expected to be made before the next court date in two weeks.
Madle is also a defendant in several civil suits involving alleged assaults.

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