MURDER USA: Shawn Batten convicted of attempted 2nd-degree murder in home invasion but has yet to be sentenced

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MURDER USA Shawn Batten convicted of attempted 2nd-degree murder during a home invasion but after delays still has yet to be sentenced

 

Shawn Batten was convicted of attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault attempted armed robbery, home invasion in Baltimore City in January. Sentencing has been delayed until July. 
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BALTIMORE, MD.  — Is it any wonder that citizens of Maryland are fed up with the Alice in Wonderland Maryland Judiciary when a would-be killer was convicted in January and sentencing scheduled for March which could yield the dirtbag up to 100 years in prison was delayed until July?

 

Shawn Ray Batten, of 3315 Offutt Road, Randallstown, Md., was convicted of attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault, attempted armed robbery, home invasion, and using a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence.  Assistant State’s Attorney Natalie Hynum of the Gun Violence Enforcement Division, along with Assistant State’s Attorney Robert M. Perkins III prosecuted the case.

 

Batten has assault convictions from 2000 and 2014, as well as two prior gun convictions. He is also pending first and second-degree assault charges in a separate case in Baltimore County, and federal charges for his possession of the handgun that he used in the attempted murder of the victim in this case.

 

“My vision for the Gun Violence Enforcement Division when I created it was for it to be a proactive, collaborative effort between our office and the Baltimore Police Department to rid our communities of violent repeat offenders, and yet again, we did,” said Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby.

 

Batten faces a maximum sentence of 100 years in prison. He is scheduled for sentencing on July 20, 2018.  Catherine Flynn was the taxpayer-provided free attorney to represent Batten.

 

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