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The prosecution has appealed the sentence of Lior Assulin, and is demanding a heavier sentence - Walla! sport

2021-02-25T13:55:23.543Z

After the former footballer was convicted of 30 drug trafficking offenses and sentenced to only 19 months in prison, the prosecution claims that the sentence is inappropriate, does not match his criminal past and does not deter: "We are dealing with a person involved in the criminal world."



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The prosecution has appealed Lior Assulin's sentence, demanding a heavier sentence

After the former footballer was convicted of 30 drug trafficking offenses and sentenced to only 19 months in prison, the prosecution claims that the sentence is inappropriate, does not match his criminal past and does not deter: "We are dealing with a person involved in the criminal world."

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The Tel Aviv District Attorney's Office (Criminal) today (Thursday) filed an appeal with the District Court against the sentence of Lior Assulin for his conviction for drug trafficking and possession of drugs not for personal consumption.

Assouline, a former footballer, was convicted of 30 drug trafficking offenses.

The Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court sentenced him to the following sentences: 19 months' imprisonment, probation, financial commitment, probation and forfeiture.



The notice of appeal, filed by Advocate Erez Richtenberg, states that the respondent was convicted of offenses after admitting an amended indictment filed as part of a plea deal between the parties after mediation. The plea agreement did not include consent to the sentence. That the punishment is not dissuasive, and that he did not cooperate with the rehabilitation.



According to the amended indictment, "a decision was made in the respondent's heart to trade in dangerous drugs ... he began offering drugs for sale through the Telegrass channel (in the Telegram widget). During the relevant period, the respondent received dozens of inquiries from dozens of customers who wanted to buy drugs from him. "Executed the drug sales transactions when he would reach the customers, among other things, using a scooter, which was used by him at the time as part of his work as a driver at a courier company or through someone on his behalf."



The notice of appeal states that "the sentence tends to be exaggerated, which justifies the intervention of the appellate court, as it does not embody the severity, known for the offenses committed by the respondent ... The appellant will argue that the court erred in finding that the respondent violated protected values ​​only moderately. Also in determining the appropriate sentence ... "It was further alleged that the trial court erred in imposing a short suspended sentence on Assulin, when it refrained from imposing actual disqualification elements and a fine on Assulin.

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It is further written, "The appellant will claim that when we were dealing with a drug dealer, who for a month managed to carry out 30 drug trafficking transactions !, ... and when the cessation of criminal activity is done only after he was caught by the police and not after The extent of the violation of the protected values ​​is significant. "



"Assouline did not in fact carry out rehabilitative treatment, and instead continued to surrender, when he gave urine tests with drug findings and opened a new investigation case, for a drug offense he committed after he was convicted and convicted in court.



Assouline had a criminal record that included convictions for violent offenses, threats and violation. A legal provision, and in connection with these, the court ruled that "I do not believe that this criminal record, which is not related to drug trafficking offenses, carries serious weight." The prosecution will argue that "the court erred in making this determination, We are dealing with those who are involved in the criminal world, those who do not act in everyday life in a normative manner, those who are familiar with the legal proceedings, and those who do not have their first setback. "



" The appellant will claim the multiplicity of offenses committed by the respondent (30 trades). He continued to use drugs even after he confessed and was convicted, necessitating the imposition of a significant suspended sentence, which would be to deter the respondent from returning to Soro. "

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