Defendant Tells Judge to ‘Shut Up’ in Shooting Case

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During a probation show cause hearing on April 24, a defendant told DC Superior Court Judge Michael Ryan to “shut up” when hearing his resentence.

Anthony Cobbs, 35, was convicted of assault with a dangerous weapon and possession of a firearm with a prior conviction for shooting another individual on Feb. 22, 2020, on the 3800 block of Minnesota Avenue, NE.

On Monday, Judge Ryan resentenced Cobbs to 26 months with credit for time served for attempted assault with a dangerous weapon and unlawful possession of a firearm due to a prior conviction. the sentences would run concurrently.

After hearing 26 months, Cobbs told Judge Ryan to “shut up.” He later apologized later.

Cobbs had his probation revoked and was resentenced because he failed to comply with drug treatment, as part of his original release conditions.

Cobbs was released to the custody of the Attorney General nd slated to serve the rest of the time in jail.

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