8/31/15 – Cedric Young – Judge Regan Miller

Start Time
9:00am
Time judge entered
10:17
Time of first case
10:18
Judge
Regan Miller
Defendant
Cedric Young
Time of your case
11:13
Division/Community
Providence
Charges for today’s hearing:
Felony DISCHARGE WEAPON OCCUPIED PROP 2015229590– Felony DISCHARGE WEAPON OCCUPIED PROP 2015229591 – Felony DISCHARGE WEAPON OCCUPIED PROP 2015229592
Felony DISCHARGE WEAPON OCCUPIED PROP 2015229594– Misdemeanor INJURY TO REAL PROPERTY 2015229595 – Felony FELONY CONSPIRACY 2015229596 – Misdemeanor RESISTING PUBLIC OFFICER 2015229646 – Felony CARRYING CONCEALED GUN(F) 2015229648 – Misdemeanor POSSESS MARIJUANA UP TO 1/2 OZ 2015229649 – Misdemeanor COMMUNICATING THREATS2015229650
Current Total Bond (set by magistrate)
Secured: $114,000
New total bond (set by judge)
$114,000
Did ADA inform the judge of our presence?
Yes, in open court
Assistant District Attorney(s):
McNeill
Defense Attorney/Public Defender:
Norman Butler
Was the victim present?
No
Notes:
Court is supposed to start at 9:00. No judge on the bench by 9:45. Only 13 other people in the courtroom. (Usually a packed house on a Monday morning)  4 defense attorney’s and pre-trial representative present. No judge on the bench at 10:05. The bailiff asked the clerk to call the 9th floor(Judges Floor) and inquire as to what is going on.Clerk announced to bailiff at 10:15 that a judge was on his way. When judge arrived he announced that he wasn’t supposed to be here today, as far as he knew, and that he wouldn’t be here the rest of the week.

When our case was heard the defense attorney said his client knew nothing about these charges. He also said that the only reason he ran from the Police was because of todays environment of Police officers shooting black males.(It had nothing to do with the fact that the 18 year old offender was carrying a loaded 45 calibur pistol in his waist band that fell out during the Police persuit)

The judge commented that as many run ins Cedric has had with the Police ( 12 in 2 years) he should know better than to flee. The Judge said he felt the bond amounts were appropriate and left them the same amount. The judge also said if the defendant were to bond out that he would be on electronic monitoring.

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