A man who handled U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and broke his ribs has requested the Supreme Court’s sentiment after a re-appraising court cleared his 30-day prison sentence and recommended it was excessively indulgent.
A three-judge board of the sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided in September that there was “no convincing defense” for Rene Boucher’s sentence. The judges called the sentence “well-beneath rules” and requested a resentencing.
The Daily News reports lawyer Matt Baker documented an appeal a week ago with the U.S. Incomparable Court requesting that judges think about whether a resentencing hearing disregards Boucher’s sacred rights qualifying him for fair treatment and securing him against twofold danger.
Boucher has just carried out the 30-day punishment for the 2017 assault outside the representative’s home.
A resentencing hearing has not been set.