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Sentence Upheld for Man that Burned Victim with Iron

The Louisiana 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal is upholding a 110 year sentence for a Monroe man who used a hot clothes iron on his child's mother.
West Monroe -- The Louisiana 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal is upholding a 110 year sentence for a Monroe man who used a hot clothes iron on his child's mother.

Last December Allen Robinson to 30 years for aggravated second-degree battery and 80 years for second-degree kidnapping.

The sentences were ordered to run consecutively. Robinson was also sentenced as a habitual offender, which allowed for a maximum sentence.

In his appeal, Robinson challenged the kidnapping sentencing and the the maximum sentences he received for both convictions.

Click here to read the ruling. 
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