MEDIA ADVISORY – JEFFREY BROOKS RESENTENCING

Orange County District Attorney
Media Advisory

For Immediate Release
 






January 30, 2013

Susan Kang Schroeder
Chief of Staff
Office: 714-347-8408
Cell: 714-292-2718

Farrah Emami
Spokesperson
Office: 714-347-8405
Cell: 714-323-4486

MEDIA ADVISORY

 

WHO: Inmate Jeffrey Alan Brooks, 51

 

WHAT: Was resentenced today under Proposition 36 by the Honorable Joy W. Markman over the objection of the Orange County District Attorney’s (OCDA) Office. Brooks is scheduled to be released today from California Medical Facility, Vacaville.

 

Criminal Background Submitted for Court Consideration

On Nov. 3, 1986, Brooks pleaded guilty to the court to 21 armed robberies that occurred from Dec. 16, 1985, to Aug. 11, 1986. Brooks was sentenced to eight years in state prison. (21 Strikes)

 

On Feb. 3, 1993, Brooks was convicted of one misdemeanor count of being in possession of a controlled substance and one misdemeanor vehicular evading. Brooks was sentenced to three years of probation and 60 days in jail.

 

On Sept. 29, 1993, Brooks was convicted of one felony count of second degree burglary and was sentenced to three years of formal probation. On Feb. 1, 1994, Brooks violated probation and was later sentenced to four years in state prison.

 

On Feb. 10, 1994, Brooks was convicted of one felony count of possession of a controlled substance and sentenced to three years in state prison concurrent to the four years he was serving for violating his probation.

 

On Dec. 17, 1998, Brooks was convicted of one felony count of evading a peace officer while driving reckless and one misdemeanor count each of assault on a peace officer and hit and run with property damage. Brooks was originally charged with one felony count of assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer, which would have constituted a Strike Offense, but the jury convicted him of a lesser related charge. This was Brooks’ Strike Offense for which he was sentenced to 25 years to life in state prison for evading a peace officer while reckless driving.

 

While incarcerated, Brooks committed several prison violations which included, but were not limited to, mutual combat, attempting to correspond with a prohibited prisoner, possession of escape paraphernalia, and possession of prohibited contraband.