Community service for attack on Marechaussee

PHILIPSBURG – A man who got into a violent argument with an officer of the Royal Marechaussee on November 10 of last year has to pay his victim $862 as compensation for medical expenses. The Court in First Instance also sentenced Sheldon Lee Gordon to 90 hours of community service. The public prosecutor’s demand was […]

PHILIPSBURG – A man who got into a violent argument with an officer of the Royal Marechaussee on November 10 of last year has to pay his victim $862 as compensation for medical expenses. The Court in First Instance also sentenced Sheldon Lee Gordon to 90 hours of community service. The public prosecutor’s demand was 120 hours of community service, a 4-week conditional prison sentence and 2 years of probation.

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Source: StMaartenNews http://stmaartennews.com/judicial/community-service-attack-marechaussee/

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