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Terresz Robinson Sentenced to Two Life Sentences for Rape

Terresz Robinson, convicted on multiple counts of aggravated rape, kidnapping and car theft and carjacking, was sentenced to two life sentences plus 30 years in jail.
Monroe -- Terresz Robinson, convicted on multiple counts of aggravated rape, kidnapping and car theft and carjacking, was sentenced to two life sentences plus 30 years in jail.

In February, Robinson was found guilty of one count of 2nd Degree Kidnapping, two counts of Aggravated Rape, one count of Theft of Car, one count of Attempted Second Degree Kidnapping and one count of Carjacking.

Judge Wilson Rambo passed down the sentencing, saying in court Robinson had no excuse for his actions and no way to compensate his victims.

Judge Rambo also said Robinson's opportunity for parole is unlikely due to his previous criminal record, which the judge said goes back to 1996.

"In all my years, this case is probably the most troubling case I've ever had," Rambo said.

Several of Robinson's victims attended the sentencing. They cried and embraced their family members as the sentence was read.

Charles Kincade, Robinson's defense attorney, said they plan to appeal the sentencing.
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