Littleton man pleads with judge, stil...

Littleton man pleads with judge, still gets jail time

There are 39 comments on the Lowell Sun story from Nov 23, 2010, titled Littleton man pleads with judge, still gets jail time. In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

In a moment of desperation, a 23-year-old Littleton man pleaded with an Ayer District Court judge not to send him to jail on a probation violation.

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BooHoo

Chelmsford, MA

#1 Nov 23, 2010
I feel for this guy, but let's get real for a minute. I was placed on 2 years probation for simple possession of marijuana, i was required to attend 5 drug classes from 8am-4pm a week for 3 months. I was required to submit to 5 drug tests per week for two years, i was required to pay $150 a week to pay restitution to the system for two years, i was required to have a job, keep a job, do community service and seek drug counseling twice a month for 2 years. I did everything that was required and haven't touched marijuana since and also experience two deaths during my two years of probation. Someone who is violent enough to break into a home in the night shouldn't have been on probation anyways, they should have been locked up.
Anthony

Littleton, MA

#2 Nov 23, 2010
You have no idea what your talking about. You have no idea what this kid did.
so sad

Tyngsboro, MA

#3 Nov 23, 2010
It sounds like this poor guy needs some help . He won't get that in jail . I hope he turns his life around . Our prayers are w/ him .
Roy Bean

Chelmsford, MA

#4 Nov 23, 2010
Anthony wrote:
You have no idea what your talking about. You have no idea what this kid did.
Actually, we do:
"At an earlier hearing, Convey pleaded guilty in three separate cases to breaking and entering in the night for a felony, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, receiving stolen property, and carrying a dangerous weapon."

This is not a misunderstood youth. This is a violent felon.
Xavier Thomas

Lowell, MA

#5 Nov 23, 2010
Yes, Cory is a violent and dangerous person. He does need to be incarcerated but be also needs prayer and counseling even more. May our compassionate God touch his soul and chastise him as any good father would correct his child.
Cory, if you get to read this, do your time like a man, listen to those who have your best long-term interests at heart and resolve with God's help to change your life and do His will, not satan's. Ask for a metanoia.www.jesus2020.com
None of you know him

Clinton, MA

#6 Nov 23, 2010
I do know Cory and I do know that inside there is a person that needs love and understanding. Throwing him in jail won't help him. Walk in his shoes for a day or two and maybe then you will have a change of heart.
myself

Tyngsboro, MA

#7 Nov 23, 2010
None of you know him wrote:
I do know Cory and I do know that inside there is a person that needs love and understanding. Throwing him in jail won't help him. Walk in his shoes for a day or two and maybe then you will have a change of heart.
you bleeding heart lib....everyone who gets sentenced to jail timeis saying the same bs - I'm really not a bad person please give me a another chance.......same ole boring story.......
myself

Tyngsboro, MA

#8 Nov 23, 2010
BooHoo wrote:
I feel for this guy, but let's get real for a minute. I was placed on 2 years probation for simple possession of marijuana, i was required to attend 5 drug classes from 8am-4pm a week for 3 months. I was required to submit to 5 drug tests per week for two years, i was required to pay $150 a week to pay restitution to the system for two years, i was required to have a job, keep a job, do community service and seek drug counseling twice a month for 2 years. I did everything that was required and haven't touched marijuana since and also experience two deaths during my two years of probation. Someone who is violent enough to break into a home in the night shouldn't have been on probation anyways, they should have been locked up.
dude - get real - 150 a week for 2 years -$15,600 you're out of your mind.........smoke another bone.......
LAWYERTOMMY

Daytona Beach, FL

#9 Nov 23, 2010
myself wrote:
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dude - get real - 150 a week for 2 years -$15,600 you're out of your mind.........smoke another bone.......
You should have called me,I would have flown there every week for that kinda dough.Boy,after hearing about this,I need a joint,err,i mean,send this kid to the joint.
cool hand luke

Stow, MA

#10 Nov 23, 2010
....well a probation violation won't be his last.

I bet he will get violated plenty while he is inside.... now you pay for your crimes.

..."Begging the judge"... well, he will be on his knees!!
ThaVoice

Lexington, MA

#11 Nov 23, 2010
I hope the 4 upstanding men from Bedford who committed worst crimes than Cory and got 5 years probation get this same judge when they Violate thier probation.

Ps. The Crimes were about Equal.
BooHoo

Chelmsford, MA

#12 Nov 23, 2010
myself wrote:
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dude - get real - 150 a week for 2 years -$15,600 you're out of your mind.........smoke another bone.......
I ment $150 per month. Get your mom another bone, that dog needs it more than me.
Hello

Cambridge, MA

#13 Nov 24, 2010
YEA>>
enough already

Warwick, MA

#14 Nov 24, 2010
this isnt picking teams for kickball...

it meant staying out of jail and this kid couldnt get along with his counselors and missed THREE MONTHS worth of sessions?

caged. that is where he should be.
enough already

Warwick, MA

#15 Nov 24, 2010
and, guess what?

I too watched my father's health decline; he died when I was young.

I didnt break into peoples houses in the night; I never assaulted anyone.

maybe this kid didnt deserve probation in the first place.
enough already

Warwick, MA

#16 Nov 24, 2010
None of you know him wrote:
I do know Cory and I do know that inside there is a person that needs love and understanding. Throwing him in jail won't help him. Walk in his shoes for a day or two and maybe then you will have a change of heart.
nothing excuses what this kid did. nothing.

a misunderstood person in need of love???

where were you BEFORE the felony convictions?

he WAS shown leniency when given probation...HE couldnt get along with licensed counselors...HE skipped three months of counseling sessions ordered by the court as part of the probation that was keeping his ass out of a cage...WHERE were YOU then?
Anonymous

Burlington, MA

#17 Nov 24, 2010
None of you know him wrote:
I do know Cory and I do know that inside there is a person that needs love and understanding. Throwing him in jail won't help him. Walk in his shoes for a day or two and maybe then you will have a change of heart.
Throwing him in jail helps his future victims stay safe for the duration of his term.
If you truly know and love someone that is capable of the violent acts he's admitted to, you're doing him a disservice by asking the rest of us honest, law-abiding souls to show sympathy for him.
Ricidulous.
townie

Nashua, NH

#18 Nov 24, 2010
None of you know him wrote:
I do know Cory and I do know that inside there is a person that needs love and understanding. Throwing him in jail won't help him. Walk in his shoes for a day or two and maybe then you will have a change of heart.
Sorry. I think I'll walk in his victims' shoes and then decide what this violent punk deserves. All the bleeding hearts who want to council him probably was never victimized by somebody like him. He does not need counciling. He needs the kind of punishment that any violent criminal would get.
littleton resident

Littleton, MA

#19 Nov 24, 2010
long coming this man has terrorized littleton for long enough. Thank you judge for seeing through the bullshit. the world is a better place with this habitiual felon behind bars.
Concord River

Dracut, MA

#20 Nov 24, 2010
blaming it on your dead father is kind of a stretch dont ya think ?

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