OK, so you've made stuff up about the defense filings and the charges while he was a juvenile. What other facts do you need to make up to defend the indefensible?Browder was charged with grand larceny. He told me that his friends drove the truck and that he had only watched, but he figured that he had no defense, and so he pleaded guilty. The judge gave him probation and “youthful offender” status, which insured that he wouldn’t have a criminal record.
Article 30 NY Criminal Procedure Law Timeliness of Prosecutions
If the family can't afford $300 they simply aren't living in NY, at least not in a legal home with actual water and electricity. This is not a case of can't afford, but unwilling to afford.
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