PARIS, IL. (ECWd) –
On May 14, 2018, Randall Peterson appeared in Edgar County Circuit Court to enter a negotiated guilty plea of Battery – which amended the original charge from “domestic” battery, to “battery.” (even though we all know it was domestic)
Peterson pleads guilty to Battery, a Class A Misdemeanor, and was sentenced to:
- $350 fine plus court costs
- 24 months probation, counseling,
- weekly Alcoholic Anonymous meetings,
- 80 hours of Community Service Work,
- and to not consume alcohol while on Probation
He is scheduled for a review of payment and community service work on December 10, 2018 at 2:00 p,m. in the Edgar County Courthouse.
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CrustyPosted at 15:01h, 06 June
Probation, counseling, no alcohol, community service. I think that amounts to an effective way to deal with the underlying problem. Like many addicts, this is a guy who has a lot of potential if he can get help and get over his problem.
RogerPosted at 16:00h, 06 June
At lease he now has an updated photo in case he wants to run for the state legislature. He would be a shoe-in for representing Crook County.
RogerPosted at 20:06h, 06 June
EDIT: meant least versus lease. Spell check turned off now.
Joe BlowPosted at 16:25h, 06 June
Well, hopefully he’ll get straightened out – for his sake AND his family’s.