Ohio man sucker-punches attorney after he’s sentenced to 45 years in prison

Ohio man sucker-punches attorney after he’s sentenced to 45 years in prison

A man in Ohio stunned a courtroom Tuesday after he reportedly punched his defense attorney moments after he was sentenced to 45 years in prison. The lawyer, Aaron Brockler, was left with a broken nose and concussion. Judge Nancy Margaret Russo sentenced David Chislton, 42, on nearly two dozen charges including domestic abuse and arson.

Timothy
Timothy
Stephen
Stephen 1 year

Man, who was just sentenced to 45 years for abuse, abuses lawyer... Sounds about right.

TheBornOfFire
TheBornOfFire 1 year

"45 years? what the hell, I'm drubbing the lawyer." violet criminal then violently criminals.

Max Nutty
Max Nutty 1 year

Yes because obviously his lawyer committed the crime and framed him. Lawyers get blamed all the time for clients going to prison.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 year

He was mad because 45 is the president's number. Racist judge.

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 1 year

Someone’s begging for the chair.

Pete Nell
Pete Nell 1 year

45y and none got hurt? that's why American prisons are overflowing. in Canada it's 25y for murder. (although you can be held longer if they deem you still dangerous)

Danny Searle
Danny Searle 1 year

well, let's hope he gets another 5 years for aggravated assault

Jake Middleton
Jake Middleton 1 year

Give this a read: https://www.amren.com/features/2014/05/confessions-of-a-public-defender/

Jordan
Jordan 1 year

Man this guy dindu nuffin

CoLpOeSnED
CoLpOeSnED 1 year

this is why i respect criminal defense attorneys. doing a job not many would do but is necessary for a just system.

Korvin Carry
Korvin Carry 1 year

violent career criminal, incapable of being rehabilitated or any good to society. gas em

M.Twain
M.Twain 1 year

This was a plea deal, negotiated by I'm assuming a public defender who had way too many cases to handle. After two years in a County Jail, the guy was not informed by his Public Defender what the judgment was going to be and what his options were. Not totally the Public Defenders fault, it's just our fd up system. Two years is not a speedy and fair resolution of these cases.

Mike McWay
Mike McWay 1 year

Yeah, I'd probably sock my lawyer too if I got 45 years. Seems worth it 🤣

DMan
DMan 1 year

Was he a public defender? Their paychecks come from government. He should have hired a real attorney. Lol

DrBobRoss
DrBobRoss 1 year

so one link says 45 and the other says 4 and a half... it's obviously 45 but still... big error

Novanglus
Novanglus 1 year

the lives we lead

Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 1 year

Goddamn it Ricky!

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 1 year

Human scum. No, no less.

DarkWarrior633
DarkWarrior633 1 year

this photo could be a meme

Joseph Shell
Joseph Shell 1 year

Annnnd that's 46

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