Haughton Sex Felon Gets Maximum Sentence
A Haughton man who plead guilty and confessed to the sexual assault of a child before his trial began received the maximum sentence for his crime in a hearing Wednesday, July 20, in Caddo District Court.
Oscar Abraham Gonzalez, 21, was sentenced to 40 years at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence by District Judge Chris Victory. Gonzalez pleaded guilty to second-degree rape June 27, 2022, just before his trial was to start in Judge Victory's court. Gonzalez must also register as a sex offender for life upon his release. Gonzalez was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Treneisha Hill.
Gonzalez was accused of sexually assaulting the then-7-year-old victim on April 27, 2020. Gonzalez admitted he had performed numerous inappropriate acts on her since she was a toddler. The victim’s mother walked in to see the victim pulling her pants up and Gonzalez kneeling in front of the child. The victim and her family were present in court.
One can't help but wonder, even though the conviction says 'without benefit of parole, probation or suspension' ... with Justice Reinvestment, and allowing for "good time"... and because our veto-obsessed governor is more concerned with protecting criminals than victims, how much time will Gonzalez actually serve?
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