Transgender jailed judge doesnt know which gender to send to prison

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 Transgender jailed judge doesnt know which gender to send to prison


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Lefey entered the store at 4 a.m. on November 6 last year to steal wine. Adtayo, an employee of the store, stopped him, so he took out a hammer and threatened the employee. He tried to get another bottle of wine to leave, but the police arrived quickly and arrested LOFI.

On February 26 local time, the case was heard at the Lewis criminal court, and judge Stephen Mooney sentenced her to six months in prison. But within an hour of the verdict, LOFI was brought back to court.

Rebecca Upton, LOFIs lawyer, said he would have to go to Lewis prison for men because he had no evidence that he had reassigned gender.

Apton said that because of prison regulations, he cannot be held alone, but together with other male prisoners. But he is vulnerable and vulnerable in mens prisons.

Appleton added that LOFIs only way to prove his new gender was an indecent examination, but court staff were not prepared to do so.

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Judge Mooney said: once again, considering the difficulties faced by immediate imprisonment and the thorny problems faced by the prison department, I reconsidered whether immediate imprisonment is necessary. Based on this information, I have come to the conclusion that in this particular case, I would like him to be punished in the form of rehabilitation treatment.

Mr. Appleton said Mr. LOFI has been fighting alcohol and drug addiction since 2014 and has not been in trouble until last years relapse. LOFI confessed to the crime and was sentenced to six months probation and 30 rehabilitation sessions.