Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-01-14 02:29:24 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) — There are videos of a new judge in the Clark County District Court getting emotional while repeatedly deciding the criminal.
Team I learned that the criminal Javier Torres Murillo was 17 years old, had a long history of crimes in the juvenile system, and included the last eight cases of armed robbery. He was already on probation, but was subsequently charged as an adult.
“I hope you were listening to me. I hope this has something to do with you,” Judge Erica Barrow said in the video. “I hope you understand how difficult it is for me to be as young as you, and I probably think of this every day for the rest of my life, so you do it every day I hope you think about. ”
In November 2020, Torres Murillo agreed on a plea bargain on a category B felony robbery and a plot of attempted robbery. The Clark County district lawyer’s office and lawyers have agreed to a 24-60 month sentence.
The Metro arrested Torres-Murillo in August 2020 in connection with two robbers whose SUVs were pulled up by pedestrians, and passengers showed their guns and demanded money and belongings.
According to police, he was under probation of the boy at the time.
Torres-Murillo will be sentenced on January 11th and will receive 146 days of credit for his length of service. Ballou handed him to the Correctional Office for two to five years.
Ballou was formerly a public defender. In 2016, she wore a Black Lives Matter pin in court and she refused when the judge told her to remove it.
Team I contacted Barrow. There were no comments for this report.