|1st docket call||
|2nd docket call||
|Time judge entered||
|Time of 1st case||
|Time of your case||
|Division / Community||
|Charges for today’s hearing (include case #s):||
16CR214370(M) POSSESS HANDGUN BY MINOR
16CR214036(M) DISCHARGE FIREARM IN CITY
|Outcome of hearing:||
The defendant was placed under supervised probation for 6
months. If he is not re-arrested, has been attending school
and been abiding by his case plan he will be off supervised
probation after 6 months. He will also receive psychiatric evaluation. Does not have to pay court fees.
|Defense Attorney/Public Defender:||
|Assistant District Attorney(s):||
|Did ADA inform the judge of our presence?||
The defendant was present only at the second docket call.
Neither ADA ever approached.
After the arresting police officer was questioned by the judge to describe what happened the judge challenged the defendant repeatedly about why he at his young age needed to have a firearm and that he now has the chance to get his life in order and stay out of trouble.
His case worker Brenda was heard about his case plan and
told to make sure he is abiding by his case plan.
When his defense attorney asked for more leniency, the judge countered that he was already given a “sweetheart deal”.