JUSTICE He faces five years in prison for “serving as an example”

JUSTICE He faces five years in prison for “serving as an example”
JUSTICE He faces five years in prison for “serving as an example”

A 24-year-old man was prosecuted before the Nîmes court this Tuesday, May 7 for possession and supply of narcotics as a repeat offender.

A young man of 24, originally from Chartres, came to Nîmes because he wanted to work for “help financially” his mother. Arrested yesterday, this Monday, May 6, he is being prosecuted for possession and supply of narcotics as a repeat offender. He has two entries in his criminal record in connection with drug trafficking.

He explains to the court: “I found an offer on Telegram, I worked five hours and I was paid €200. Then they paid for my outward train.” The public prosecutor asks for five years in prison and explains: “Monsieur will serve as an example to all young people who want to go to Nîmes and work in the local network.”

The court sentences him to 12 months in prison with an obligation of care, work and a ban on coming to the Gard department for five years. The president of the court concludes: “I advise you to leave here quickly. Hitchhike or take a train, but go.”

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