Maryland clinical social worker Charles J. Cravath surrenders license following conviction of sex crime involving a minor
September 12, 2011
On November 12, 2010, licensed clinical social worker Charles J. Cravath surrendered his license to the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners, “prompted by an investigation of my licensure by the Board and the office of the Attorney General,” according to Cravath’s letter of surrender.
This action was the result of two complaints received by the Board alleging that Cravath was indicted on June 15, 2009 on a charge of Attempted Indecent Liberties, a felony. On August 12, 2009, he pleaded guilty to the charge and on December 15, 2009 pleaded guilty to Internet Solicitation of a Minor.
He was sentenced to five years in prison, suspended less time served of 272 days.
Conditions of his probation include registering as a sex offender and no use of computers or other technology that allowed internet access without the permission his probation officer.
Source: Charles J. Cravath, Re: Surrender of LIcense to Practice Social Work, License No. 14616, Case No. 09-1452, Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners.
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