Court fines forest activist Lijuan Lu, 58, and his son, Chen. A judge found the two guilty of causing $15,000 in damages in February 2015.
Chen was convicted of causing $75,000 worth of damage to vegetation. He received a suspended sentence of eight months. Lijuan received a suspended sent경주안마ence of six months. Chen pleaded guilty to second-degree damage to public easements.
Lijuan was found guilty of causing $250,000 of damage to public easements. H구미출장샵e received a suspended sentence of six months. Chen pleaded guilty to second-degree damage to public easements.
Both were fined $1,000 each.
Lijuan Lu was sentenced to six months in prison and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine. Chen pleaded guilty to causing $75,000 of damage to public easements.
In 2010, Chen pleaded guilty to v양산출장샵iolating a court order that required him to turn off the power to some of his properties.
Benson and the state Department of Natural Resources denied claims by Chen and his family that he had violated the order.
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