Reporter Kim Geun-wook and Kim Jung-hyun = A male professional golfer in his 30s who faked drugs as a hangover cure and administered them to a fellow female golfer was sentenced to a suspended prison term in the first trial.
According to the legal community on the 10th, the 27th Division of the Criminal Agreement of the Seoul Central District Court (Chief Judge Kim Ok-gon) sentenced her mother (30) to 2 years and 6 months in prison and 3 years of probation for violating the Narcotics Control Act (psychopathic).
Cho is accused of receiving ecstasy, a psychotropic drug, free of charge from acquaintances in June of last year, and injecting it three times.
In addition, in July of the same year, at an entertainment bar in Gangnam, Seoul, he is accused of tricking a fellow female professional golfer into swallowing ecstasy as a hangover cure and swallowing it along with bottled water.
After returning home from drinking on the same day, the victim felt strange about her body and reported it directly to the police. 카지노사이트
The National Institute of Scientific Investigation conducted a hair test on the hair of three golf students who were with Cho at the drinking party that day, and all tested positive for drugs.
The first trial judge pointed out, “It is necessary to punish severely,” saying, “I went beyond administering the drug I received from an acquaintance and secretly ate it to someone else.”
At the same time, he said, “The sentence was decided considering that Mr. Cho made a civil agreement with the victim and was showing self-reflection.”
Meanwhile, the court of first trial handed drugs to Mr. Cho on the day of the incident, and golf students A and B, who were present when the crime was committed, were also sentenced to 2 years and 6 months in prison, 3 years of probation, and 1 year in prison for violating the Narcotics Control Act (psychopathic). was sentenced to two years probation.