Judge Willie Concludes Reading of Probation Officers Investigative Reports in Charloe Musu’s Murder Case
Capitol Hill: In Charloe Musu's murder case, the pre-sentencing hearing and reading of the investigation done by probation officer has finally come to a conclusion.
In the probation officers investigative reports presented to the court revealed that all of the four defendants have had no criminal records, prior to the murder.
During the pre-sentencing hearing, report of the probation officer was read with further recommendations made to the court to take judicial notice of the investigation, while sentencing the defendants, since records shows that they have lived in harmony with their neighbors and relatives.
The investigative reports include accounts from the late Charloe father, Cllr. Scott's, community chair, and a few neighbors who all spoke positive things about the defendants.
However, the Judge of criminal court A, Roosevelt Z. Willie is expected to hand down the final judgment and sentencing of former chief justice and three of her family members.
Those to be sentenced include, Cllr. Gloria Musu-Scott, Alice Johnson, Rebecca Youndeh Wisner and Gertrude Newton
Currently, Judge Willie is reading from a thirty-two page document, where testimonies from the thirty witnesses are being recapped.
After the read, there may be a final judgment; either to turn down the verdict of the jurors or uphold their verdict before the sentencing.
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