It is improper for members of the public to communicate directly with a judge on a case.
People who send letters about a case have them returned.
Yet, in a high profile case, it is probable that some want to weigh in on what the sentence should be.
Tomorrow, television vans will be gathered at the McHenry County Courthouse for the sentencing of JoAnn Cunningham for the murder of her son AJ Freund.
People will pack the courtroom and an overflow room with a TV set.
Judge Robert Wilbrandt will make the decision of how long she will be imprisioned.
Will it be the maximum sixty years or less?
While one cannot communicate with him directly, one could leave a recommendation in the comment section of this article.
Here is her criminal complaint.