He sat slouched back in his chair at the defense table. She's unable to get any restitution because of the passage of time.
His attorney, Mark Miller, acknowledged Lucas' crimes and the need for punishment, deterrence and the protection of society but asked the judge to consider rehabilitation as well. "I ask for the court's mercy and that I need some help," Lucas concluded.
The upshot: Muskegon County 14 Circuit Judge Timothy G.
He also agreed to let all the victims who wanted to, speak in court at his sentencing hearing. Many spoke of their shame, embarrassment and humiliation at being duped. The period of the crimes agreed to by the lawyers was April 2012 to November 2014, which includes much of his time on parole.
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Hicks explained that he doesn't have that authority.
Rachel Huston referenced an MLive interview with Lucas in which he claimed he's a "great guy" afflicted with a gambling addiction who "needs help" and just wants to be a productive member of the community.