Convicted for hurting her young son, and imprisoned a decade later after he died, a mother is now free and has no record at all

“Under the particular circumstances of this case, the very grave medical prognosis of the child, and given the partial advice and inquiry to appellant about other charges, it was incumbent on the court to advise appellant explicitly that should the child die of 2008 injuries, appellant could in the future be prosecuted for murder, child abuse resulting in death, or manslaughter,” Judge Irma S. Raker wrote in the Sept. 10 opinion.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *