GUILTY TEENS Reacting To UNEXPECTED LIFE SENTENCES...Jul 07, 2023
Teenagers do reckless things, sometimes too reckless. Today we will see how teenagers react to
sentences. First we have a 17-year-old girl who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for planning the murder of her family. They should consider doing a psychological evaluation. First of all, the lawyer she had paid to represent her was removed by the court and a court-appointed lawyer who now represents her had her sign a plea agreement. I seriously question whether my daughter understood the plea agreement or that she also signed it with her fully informed consent. I questioned the motives of her current attorney.
Roxanna is now 17 years old. She will miss her high school prom. Her graduation. Her friends and her family. She desperately needs ongoing psychological help. I would like to apologize to my family for not being the desired daughter date. I would be and I promise, it's okay, I will get better no matter where it happens and I will see Lucas and Angelica again. Sorry, next we have a guy on the team who was sentenced to 20 years for being involved in two robberies. he is paralyzed. What you have done is inexcusable in any community that values people. Clearly, what you have done not only hurt Ms.
Davidson and Mr. Motley, but it also hurt this community as a whole and I give weight to protecting the community and what I believe is current dangerousness, so I'm going to impose 20 years on each of the two counts and I think that essentially means 12 and a half years in prison and seven and a half years under extended supervision, so if my calculations are correct, Mr. Kring, you will be around 20 years when the incarceration aspect of this case is over and I believe at that point you will be a much less danger to the community than you are now.
The next game she was in court for being a part of a rubber scheme gone wrong, she received 20 years just for being involved. I just want to say that she's sorry that she could have been wrong because she didn't even know he was in communication, but my boyfriend and his friends connect. to do this I didn't even know what was going on I was in the wrong place at the wrong time high school diploma and I just want to do my own shit because now the cook is preparing to listen to her sentence while her loved ones look at the lady .
Cook here in court to rule on a couple of things that go in your favor: you did not hold the firearm during these episodes, this section is that the victim fortunately survived, that being said, this was intentional, it was an orchestrated ambush and you It's a major part of that and that's why I'm going to go ahead and find you
guiltyon all three counts and send you to 20 years in state prison. Laughter worries us from the beginning. This next teenager really deserves as harsh a sentence as he does not. A human being could do what he did during his court hearing in Iran and my client wants to address the court, of course he does, Mr.
Ray, what would you like to say? I just want to tell them that I will be home soon or Ser Keon, I love my family, that's all you have to say, that opportunity could have been used to show remorse in court for his actions, don't you know? Never in approximately 23 years have I not accepted a sentencing agreement between the parties. because it's a bargain for those sentenced by the parties, but to see you sit there, smile, laugh and shake your head like this is no big deal. I'm very tempted to just say that I'm not going to accept this sentencing agreement that we're going to. trial and if he is found
guiltyof felony murder he will go to prison for the rest of his
life, that means he will die there, that is what I am tempted to do.
The judge has the authority to reject the plea agreement, Mr. Valor. Do you want me to accept this sentencing agreement, Your Honor, before answering the course question? I would like the opportunity to discuss this with the victim's family. Okay, the court wouldn't approve. I would appreciate it if you would be happy to do so. We are already over this. The matter is now up to the prosecutor the fact that he was smiling is terrifying. He was sentenced to 25 to 52 years in prison without parole. A very long discussion with the victim's mother, as well as with her grandparents and some of her relatives.
They understand that obviously this is. The accused brutally murdered his son by shooting her in the back of the head, he has not shown any remorse, however, the Glee family wants to move forward with this, they want to close this case and they want to try to forgive him. accused in all of his actions for what he did and are asking, like the people, that he proceed with a sentence. Well, Wright has another chance to address the court this time through his attorneys. Your honor, my client asked me to apologize to the court. His smile was in no way disrespectful to the family, the victim, or this court.
My client is 17 years old. He has some emotional problems and frankly he was scared and some people show fear by smiling. He really didn't mean any disrespect. very seriously and I think he now feels bad for a Dame guy who got many years in prison for a robbery he got close to and lost the sentence for aggravated robbery, so it's a total of six years for those two charges in count three, the defender will be given credit for time served but that will begin to be deducted from the non-mandatory five-year term in the aggravated router a court will also impose a sentence for the sit-in type charge property of stone motor vehicle vehicle That will be an 18 month equipment sentence, but I will repeat it below.
She is a girl who has multiple
sentenceson the same day. She definitely deserved it, but it's pretty harsh. She will be ordered to pay 2,125 in extradition. fees will also be ordered to pay five thousand dollars in restitution to the victims of the crime and that will be done jointly with the co-dependent of account one to which they will be sent from 48 to 120 months in the Nevada Department of Corrections, for count two, you will be sent to
lifein the Nevada Department of Corrections for the possibility of parole after 20 years have been served plus 24 to 60 consecutive months in the Nevada Department of Corrections for daily capital improvement weapons.
Ordered to run concurrently with count one on count three, he will be sentenced to between $72 and $180. At the Nevada Department of Corrections he was ordered to run concurrent count two, and count four, he will be sentenced to between 19 and 48 months. in the Nevada Department of Corrections ordered to run concurrently on count three of count five, you will be sentenced to 19 to 48 months in the Nevada Department of Corrections ordered to run concurrently on count four of count six, you will be sentenced to 19 to 48 months 40 per month in the Nevada Department of Corrections, for which his current rank was ordered to count five in count seven, he will be sentenced to 19 to 48 months in the Nevada Department of Corrections and he was ordered to run concurrently in count six of count eight, you will be sent to 28 to 72 months in the Nevada Department of Corrections ordered to run concurrently count seven, come on, count nine, you will be sentenced to 72 to 180 months in the Valley Department of Corrections plus 72 to 180 consecutive months for the daily weapons upgrade that is ordered to run concurrency count eight, you have 55,555 days of credit for time served, which is an aggregate total sentence of life imprisonment in the Nevada Department of Corrections with the possibility of accumulate up to 22 years of good service
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