Sentence for Felony Domestic Batterer Michael Braun

This post follows up on a press release from the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office about the conviction of Michael Braun for felony domestic battery.

Philip Hiscock, Chief of the Criminal Bureau of the McHenry County State’s Attorney sent me the following information:

After a jury trial and sentencing hearing, Judge (Joseph) Condon sentenced the defendant to the following:

  • 24 total months of probation, the defendant was placed on intensive probation for the first 12 months;
  • 120 days electronic monitoring;
  • 200 hours public service work;
  • A $1000 fine plus mandatory court costs;
  • 32 days incarceration in the McHenry County jail with credit for 16 actual days served;
  • No contact with the victim.

Braun could have been sentenced to up to three years in state prison.


Sentence for Felony Domestic Batterer Michael Braun — 4 Comments

  1. That clown should have been in prison a long time ago. He’s a regular.

  2. Does the SA Office do a press release after the resolution of every case? Or does this have something to do with all the negative press Lou Bianchi has been receiving from the criminal grand jury proceedings? When your the subject of a special grand jury I guess that happens.

  3. No surprise here. there is another Braun causing havoc in Oakwood Hills, and each time he goes up for trial he gets an easy plea and is right back out on the street doing the same thing.

    And the tax payers are footing the bill! How can we keep paying higher taxes? Because this wrist slapping costs us thousands for each one of these people who keep getting Public Defenders and pay out 15 bucks a month on fines of thousands.

    The other Braun is in court for a violation tomorrow May 20 for the umpteenth time, and a felony record on top of that!

    we are waitingin Oakwood Hills to see if they actually do right by the village this time or do we need to begin protesting taxes because these criminals walk with such light sentences. After all, why should we have to foot the bill for a weak prosecution? The plea deals that go on are maddening when it’s a repeat offender. But hey..just raise taxes..that’s the answer!

    Time to begin writing our Congressmen and Senators and request a tax refund every time these nutjobs get set free.

  4. #1) Mike is not a bad person!

    #2) He does not use Public Defenders he pays for his lawyers.

    #3) The only other braun is his brother and he doesn’t have any charges in Oakwood Hills.(so IDK what the heck your talking about.)

    #4) Mike didn’t go to prison and he is a regular because the state of IL sucks and all the cops in McHenry county has it out for him.

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