Nov. 15-16 in Waukesha County Court

Nov. 15-16 in Waukesha County Court

Darrell Brooks will be sentenced on November 15-16 following his conviction on 76 charges in connection with the Attack of the Waukesha Christmas Parade in November 2021.

Brooks appeared before Judge Jennifer Dorow on Monday, Oct. 31 to schedule that sentence and resolve any other logistics related to the hearing.

A jury found Brooks guilty on all counts Wednesday, October 26 in the Attack of the Waukesha Christmas Parade which took place on November 21, 2021. The jury deliberated for less than three hours. This, after a process of more than three weeks that was, perhaps, different from any other that we have seen. Brooks was convicted of all 76 counts, including six counts of first-degree murder.

Brooks he faces mandatory life in prison on each of six first-degree intentional homicide convictions. He was also convicted of 70 other charges in the Waukesha Christmas parade attack.

Dorow must decide the sentences. It will also be up to the judge whether one or all of them will be concurrent or consecutive to each other.

During the sentencing, there is a chance for victims and their families to make impact statements. Brooks he will also have the opportunity to address the court and the community.

According to Waukesha County District Attorney Sue Opper, there are a few people who want to talk.

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Must Brooks want to appeal their convictions, all that should happen after the sentence. According to Wisconsin law, Brooks he has 20 days to file a notice of appeal after he is convicted.

This is a developing story.

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