A St Michael man who pleaded guilty to possession of an illegal firearm and over a dozen rounds of ammunition has apologised for his actions.
“I am very sorry for what has happened and I am asking the court to be as lenient as possible,” Shamar Jamal Kelvin Marshall, told Justice Randall Worrell yesterday during a Zoom hearing.
The Blackman’s Road, Carrington Village resident was 30 years old when he was charged with possession of a .40 calibre glock semiautomatic pistol and 15 rounds of ammunition without a valid licence.
He recently confessed his guilt in the No. 2 Supreme Court for the October 20, 2018 offence.
Justice Worrell in preparation for sentencing has ordered a probation report on the convicted man.
The case against Marshall, which is being prosecuted by Senior Crown Counsel Olivia Davis, is expected to continue on August 24.
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