The former Minneapolis PD officer found guilty of murdering Australian life coach Justine Ruszczyk Damond is offering a sentence that would "honor" her birthday and date of death.
According to the Daily Mail, 33-year-old Noor faces a maximum 12.5-year prison sentence after being convicted of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in April.
Noor will be sentenced on Friday, and in a pre-sentence filing he is suggesting he turn himself in to a low-security correctional facility for one week at a time: one week on the date of the victim's birthday and one week on the date of her death for the duration of his probation. He's also asking for community service.
Noor's lawyers said in their memorandum to the judge that this sentence would honor the memory of Justine Ruszczyk Damond and allow Noor to continue to serve the City of Minneapolis.
Noor's backup plan is to suggest he be sentenced to just one year and one day in prison.
Prosecutors have yet to announce their suggested sentence, however.
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