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DA Announces 20-Year Sentence for Livingston Manor Man

Brandon Quick

Monticello, NY - Brian P. Conaty, District Attorney of Sullivan County, announced that on May 2, 2024, Brandon Quick, 27, of Livingston Manor, was sentenced to 20 years’ incarceration in state prison following his conviction, by plea of guilty, to Course of Sexual Conduct Against a Child, a Class B Violent Felony, before Sullivan County Court Judge James R. Farrell. Quick entered this his plea of guilty on March 8, 2024.

This conviction and sentence stem from an investigation by the New York State Police following a report made by the victim to a school official detailing years of sexual abuse. 

On May 2, 2024, Chief Assistant Michael Puma appeared before the Honorable Judge James R. Farrell for sentencing arguments.  At sentencing the court heard from the victim and her family.  In addition, the People argued before the court for a sentence of 20 years’ incarceration in state prison to be followed by 10 years of post-release supervision, the issuance of an order of protection, and mandatory registration under the New York State Sex Offender Registry.  After considering oral arguments, the court agreed with the District Attorney’s Office’s recommendation to sentence Quick to 20 years’ incarceration, 10 years' post release supervision, an order of protection, and mandatory sex offender registration.

Conaty said: “Children are life’s most precious commodity, and my office will continue to seek harsh penalties for sexual predators perpetrating these despicable acts.  I hope this serves as a wakeup call to those who seek to do harm to children in this County: you will be caught, and you will go to prison.  I commend the victim for her bravery and thank her for her fearless commitment to this process; we could not have secured this conviction and sentence without you.  I also want to thank the New York State Police for completing a proper and thorough investigation.”