Cody Wille’s sentence to be reviewed |

Cody Wille’s sentence to be reviewed

Aspen Times Staff Report

Cody Wille, one of a dozen local teens involved in a crime spree in late 1999, will be the first to have his sentence automatically reconsidered today by Judge J.E. DeVilbiss.

Everyone convicted of felonies in Colorado can have their sentence reconsidered by the sentencing judge, under Rule 35B of the state’s penal code.

Wille, 18, is currently serving a three-year sentence in the Youth Offender Services prison in Pueblo for his part in the string of burglaries and robberies.

He was transferred to the Pitkin County Jail last week in preparation for today’s hearing. The judge will consider his performance as an inmate in prison and any issues raised by his attorney, Andre Adeli, or the prosecutor, Lawson Wills.

Several others convicted of taking part in the crime spree have filed their own requests for reconsideration, but their hearings have not yet been held.

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Posted: Monday, March 5, 2001

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