Judge reduces Champaign man’s sentence for third DUI conviction
Champaign County Judge Richard Klaus decreased the sentence he gave to 32-year-old Champaign resident Robeson Graham-Bailey for his third DUI conviction due to additional evidence that previously was not heard, according to the News-Gazette on May 27.
Graham-Bailey was originally sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison, but Klaus knocked three years off of this term.
The third DUI stemmed from Graham-Bailey’s erratic driving in downtown Champaign in May of last year, which earned him an aggravated DUI conviction in January 2015.
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