Letter to Judge Asking for Mercy from Severe Punishment

Letter to Judge Asking for Mercy from Severe Punishment

Letter to Judge Asking for Mercy from Severe Punishment

[If you are asking for mercy for yourself or your son, let your attorney handle it. Certain aspects of sentencing are beyond a judge’s control. Here briefly focus on sample Letter to Judge Asking for Mercy from Severe Punishment. It is also a good idea to point out how your son has taken steps to better him since the crime. You can make any change to the below application as per your needs.]

Date: DD/MM/YY

The Judge…

Court name…

Address…

Sub: Letter for Asking for mercy for my Son

Respected Sir,

Your honor, I stand before you aware that my son is erred and you are more than capable of determining my sentence. I am writing this letter with a humble request to be merciful with my son’s case. (Describe in your words). I am well aware of the situation and honestly speaking I don’t think my son should receive a cruel punishment. I am remorseful of my son’s conduct and wish to earn my pardon in fair and due context. (Explain all about the situation). I am not saying this because I am his mother but I am speaking while keeping equality and justice in my mind.

The other party’s case is that my son had been bullying their son for a month now, and now my son deliberately hit their son in the football field during a school game. (Describe actual problem and situation). As you heard my son’s statement that he did not deliberately hit him. On the other hand, their son is a junior so my son does not even interact with him or know him outside of the football field. The other party has not provided any proof regarding their claims of bullying against my son. (Describe what actually happen). If you wish to punish him for his actions on the football field, you may give him a warning. Although, punishing him on fake claims is injustice. (Express your expectation). I trust in your judgment, hoping my acknowledgment of guilt, respect for law and its function, and desire to move beyond this error will have some merit in your decision. (Cordially describe your greetings and requirements).

I request to be lenient with my son’s case and do justice to him and his family.

Best Regards,

Your name…

Address…

Contact info. and signature…

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