JM: Tell us about the pre-sentencing process: Lewis: The pre-sentence process was a report that I filled out that
was about ten pages. The head probation officer asked me a
bunch of questions to determine if I was telling the truth. This
process determined what my sentencing guidelines were
going to be. This also provided them with more information to
use against me.
JM: Did you have police stop by your house for questioning? If not please give us details on how you came to be arrested. Lewis: Yes I did have police stop by my house numerous times to try
an question me. They stopped by about everyday for a week
and questioned anyone that walk out of my house. The officer
basically stopped by everyday he was working to try in obtain
evidence to use against me.
JM: What was court like? Please give as many details as you recall. Lewis: It was a lengthy process. My lawyer did not agree with the
charges they had filed against me. We had witnesses come to
court and testify in my favor. The judge end up trying to file
perjury charged against one of my witnesses that were
ultimately dismissed. The judge clearly didn't like me.
JM: What were your original charges? What did you end up being convicted of? Lewis: Home invasion, threatening to kill two witnesses, battery.
Was convicted of attempted felonious assault.