The judge also asked the defense attorney to explain the “defense” of the ‘defendant’.
‘The defense’ was the fact that the ’defendant did not use a gun.
”I was not aware that there was a gun in the car.’
’The gun was in the trunk.‘
‚I was told that the gun was found in the glove compartment.
The defense attorney also said that the defendant “did not have a license to drive.“
„I was shocked.‟
‟I was also shocked. I thought the defendant was a good person.„
‛I was surprised that he was a minor.‚
†„He was a young boy.‛
‡„It was a very serious offense.”
“The judge asked the defendant if he understood the consequences of his actions.
He said, „Yes, I understand.‡ I was very upset.‖
‖“The defendant was very emotional.․ He said,” „I’m going to get a lot of people killed.‥ He said that he had a gun and was going „to shoot. He said he had no intention of using it. He said it was a „good” gun. ”He said he was going for a “good’ shot. He said the gun had a ‘high’ capacity. He said “I”ve been shooting for a long time. He said I’ve shot a lot. He said if I had a chance to get out of the car, I would. He said there were people in the street. He said they could see me shoot.
*“He said if he had the chance to shoot, he would. He said his aim was good. He said a lot had been said about him. He said people were saying he was „a real tough guy. ” He said when he got out of jail, he was asked to leave the country. He said no one would take him back. He said in jail, his family was there. He said at one point, he had to have a lawyer. He said one of the guards was a friend. He said after that, he could not get a lawyer because he was in jail.—
““After the shooting, I went to the police station.� “”The police asked me what happened.› “They told me the defendant had a.45.※ “He had a loaded gun. He was going at me with a gun that he could use.‼ “That’s why he shot. He had a good aim.‰ “After he shot, he shot at the ground.′ “It was an accident.‴ “My first thought was, “Oh my God.‵ “Then I thought, ‘He’ll get away with it. He’d be a hero.‹ I thought he was one of us.‱ “When I got to the station, I talked to a detective.‸ “At first, I thought it was all a mistake.‑”“ “But then I thought of the defendant. “So I asked him, ”‘What are you going to do now?’ He said. “ ‘You’re going to jail. You’ re going to go to jail for this.‒” I said, I”m not going to let you go to prison. “ He said:”’I‘m going back to jail,’” and he walked out of my office.† “ ”Then I called the police. “ ‰”And then I called my family. ‰ ‰ ‰‰ ” I said: “You‘re going back,“ and he said, ‘“You can’t do that.‗“ I said ‘‘You can.― “ I“m going home.“ He was a hero,‰ he said. He walked out.‶ “And then the next day, he came back. He came back and said, ‘I shot a man.‐“ And I said. “ ‘You shot a guy. You shot a cop.–“ Then he said ”’You shot him,‘ and he shot him in the face.