Judge Goes Off & Threatens To Have Gunna’s Family Arrested
Gunna has filed for bond for a fourth time, having been denied on his third attempt last week.
In legal docs dated Oct. 17, the artist’s co-lead counsel Steven Sadow opened, “On three prior occasions, Defendant Kitchens has moved the Court for a reasonable bond. On each occasion, the State has made proffers at hearings that turned out to be false and/or misleading.”
Well, during his last court hearing, Judge threatened to have the rapper’s family arrested for a outburst and a walkout.
Part of Gunna’s legal team’s consternation at the most recent denial comes from the fact that, in their second bond motion being shot down, only two factors were cited. When the third request was denied on Oct. 13 by Judge Ural Glanville, “all four bond factors” were cited, which the defense finds “inexplicable.”
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“We now know for certain,” Sadow writes, “that the State’s last-minute assertion at the third bond hearing on October 13 that there was a text message (not disclosed to Kitchens in discovery as the Court had expressly ordered) between two individuals (neither of whom was Kitchens), where one person ‘offered to murder’ another person on Kitchens’ behalf, was undeniably false.”
Gunna, 29, was taken into custody on May 11 following a 56-count RICO indictment against 28 YSL associates. His first request for bond was denied May 23, and the second on July 7. Young Thug has also remained incarcerated since May.
Less than two weeks ago, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis asked the court to postpone the YSL trial from Jan. 9, 2023 to March 27.
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