Without a lawyer, Vincent finds it difficult to defend himself in court

If you receive a summons to appear in court, as a defendant or even as a prejudiced person, it is always best to consult a lawyer. Not necessarily to be present at the hearing, but if only to take advice on what to do in court.

This Monday morning, Vincent saw fit not to take advice from a lawyer. Unsurprisingly, the father of the family found himself helpless in the face of President Jadin. At the hearing, Vincent had a hard time putting words to the scene of the assault he committed on July 23 on his son in Gilly. Which irritated the president. “I admit I hit my son. I had a hard day, I was a little pissed off. I came home, and that’s it”said Vincent.

The absence of a lawyer was even more glaring when Vincent heard the sentence required by the prosecution: either a probationary suspension of the decision, or a 12-month prison sentence with a fine. “I don’t see what I can claim”, replied Vincent. After the provision of details by the deputy public prosecutor on the possible favorable measures, the defendant finally agreed to serve a work sentence.

Judgment June 20.

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