Man Receives Probation After Time Served

August 14, 2013

On July 3rd, Keino Lambert, 22, had pleaded guilty to beating up the mother of his child who was, at the time, pregnant with Lambert’s second child.

Mr Lambert had then been placed on remand pending the preparation of psychiatric and Social Inquiry Reports and appeared at this morning’s Plea Court session to be sentenced.

Senior Magistrate Archie Warner told Lambert that the psychiatric report indicated that there was nothing wrong with him but that he did have a problem with alcohol and drug use and abuse. The Social Inquiry Report also indicated that Lambert had a problem with alcohol and drug use.

The Senior Magistrate then sentenced Lambert to ‘time already served’ followed by two years on probation. Conditions of probation were that Lambert was to be under a 9:00pm to 6:00am curfew for the first six months; must follow all instructions given by the Department of Court Services including being subjected to random drug tests; must avoid associating with people known to be involved in illegal activities; and must seek and obtain employment.

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  1. R U Serious says:

    “Must seek and obtain employment” Where? How? Court Services does not assist? So how is this cycle to be broken?

  2. Refi says:

    What a scumbag.

  3. Whistling Frog says:

    He “must seek and obtain employment” the judge says. Can he be a bailiff? or would that constitute as going around looking for trouble? LMAO

  4. Kindley says:

    Expecting his second child!!! What is wrong with her? I hope her parents keep her and the children safe from this young man. Drugs…don’t go there and you won’t have problems with them.

    • Whistling Frog says:

      @ Kindley: Don’t you think its a bit too late for her parents to be doing anything? Besides, they probably already gave her ample warnings about the nutcase, but noOO! What girl listens when matters concern the heart.