The Illinois Appeals Chamber has been sentenced to 10 years in prison, and the Cook County Judge has determined that a homeless drug addict has been convicted of a crime of robbing a family dollar store in Chicago in 2015. There are 33 in T-shirts. Dollar shirt and underwear.
Appellant Judge Terrence Lavin wrote for himself and Appeal Judge Mary Anne Mason that the Court of Appeal’s work did not replace his decision against the trial judge, the Court of the Court of the Court, Mary Margaret Brosnahan. She sentenced David Lundy to a severe sentence, and 10 of David Lundy were found guilty, most of them as assault and drug crimes.
In opposition to Nelson Mandela’s objections, Appeals Judge Michael B. Heyman wrote: “His economic status (poverty), disease (drug addiction) and conditions (homeless) have countless Difficult,” punishes Randy. He was convicted of a crime. ”
Heyman wrote that Rendy was convicted of the most serious crimes before – battery robbery and deterioration led to huge bodily harm – occurred 22 years ago.
“Since then, Lundy has been convicted of drug crime and theft,” Hayman wrote. “No violent crime.”
He also quoted Mandela’s sentence: “A country should not judge it in the way it treats the highest citizens, but should treat it as the lowest citizen.”
The 52-year-old Lundy is stuffing his underwear into loose pants and jacket. When a clerk faced him, he pulled the knife and warned her to take a step back.
When he left and the employee tried to get the underwear back, Lundy threatened, “I want to kill you,” and added after a nickname “take this knife.”
The police arrested him with the help of the store staff and found three T-shirts, one underwear and a red knife in his trouser pocket.
In his objection, Hayman wrote: “Most people think that Rendy is dangerous and betray the facts. On the contrary, the testimony of two staff members describes a small incident. Similarly, an employee said Di’s behavior” Not so frustrating for a person. A little woman like me. “Another employee is not worried or worried about her safety.
He pointed out that Lund was sentenced to one year in prison for not having gun support and armed robbery because he sold goods worth $3.33.
But the other two judges were concerned about the limited role of the Court of Appeal and wrote: “Our role is to determine that the aggravating factors that appear in this situation are offset by what the dissidents call the “small, small, sad” nature. . ”