An accusation of sexual harassment arose from a women in the office of former Colorado district attorney, Myrl Serra. Initially, he declined any sexual wrongdoing, and claimed that the woman was lying. However, his word did not have much power at that point, because this accusation came after he was disbarred in December after pleading guilty and receiving conviction for several criminal charges.
He committed a variety of different crimes that encouraged his dis-barrment from position as Colorado District Attorney. He was engaged in a relationship with a married woman. He also had various promiscuous relationships with other women throughout the years. Apparently, not very successful ones either. Serra’s wrongdoings range from sharing case information with his married girlfriend to receiving restraining order requests from a variety of women. Each of these unique in nature, but going back to sexual misconduct.
He pled guilty to all of the charges brought up in court, because he had no evidence to prove his innocence. His various crimes include at least three different victims. The sentencing for his guilty plea that included crimes of unlawful sexual contact and criminal extortion is scheduled for next week. At that time he will have to pay the punishment for the various crimes committed.