SLAYING SUSPECT HAD BEEN LET OUT OF ANGER COUNSELING.Byline: Lisa Van Proyen Daily News Staff Writer
The man suspected in the slaying of an off-duty sheriff's deputy had been ordered to undergo anger control counseling last year, but was allowed to pay restitution In the context of Criminal Law, state programs under which an offender is required, as a condition of his or her sentence, to repay money or donate services to the victim or society; with respect to maritime law, the restoration of articles lost by jettison, done when the instead of completing the course, court records show.
Baudilio ``Bill'' Perez, 31, is suspected in the shooting death Tuesday of John Thompson John Thompson is the name of:
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1. To make hostile, unsympathetic, or indifferent; alienate.
2. To remove from an accustomed place or set of associations. wife, Angela.
He is scheduled to be arraigned today on murder charges at Newhall Municipal Court, officials said.
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1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. court records, Perez had been sentenced to anger counseling in July, after pleading Asking a court to grant relief. The formal presentation of claims and defenses by parties to a lawsuit. The specific papers by which the allegations of parties to a lawsuit are presented in proper form; specifically the complaint of a plaintiff and the answer of a defendant plus any no contest to two counts of misdemeanor misdemeanor, in law, a minor crime, in contrast to a felony. At common law a misdemeanor was a crime other than treason or a felony. Although it might be a grave offense, it did not affect the feudal bond or take away the offender's property. By the 19th cent. assault on a man who was repossessing Perez's car, documents show.
He also was placed on two years' probation and ordered to complete 10 days of community service, which he did, and to pay $100 to the state's victims restitution fund, records show.
During a restitution hearing on Aug. 15, 1996, Perez also was ordered to pay $1,000 to the victim, an Oxnard man.
On Oct. 17, Perez asked the court for permission to leave the state. Judge H. Keith Byram gave his OK, and said that Perez could forgo the counseling sessions as long as he paid the court-ordered restitution.
``From my recollection, he had been doing pretty well,'' Byram said Wednesday.
``He had been doing the anger control counseling for some time, and had a job offer.''
Byram said Judge Alan Rosenfield actually granted the request allowing Perez to halt counseling sessions.