Mosay Ordered to Visit Wisconsin Grave Site as Part of Sentence |TODAY|
Submitted by dan. on 2007-12-06 12:50.
A 22-year-old Luck man has been ordered to pay yearly visits to the grave of the man he ran over with a van and killed in September of 2006 as part of a sentence handed down Nov. 8. Derek Mosay will spend four years in state prison and four years under extended supervision in accordance with a sentence handed down by Judge Molly GaleWyrick.
Mosay was ordered to take part in the Restorative Justice Victim?Impact Panel and Victim Offender Conferencing, if the victim’s family so desires. He must visit the gravesite of the victim every year on the anniversary of the victim’s death while on extended supervision....
He was also ordered to pay $13,098 in restitution.
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