Sønderborg / Haderslev: It was no longer for a 30-year-old man, born in Eritrea. A court of law in Sønderborg has shown the young man of Denmark with an entry ban of six years.
He has previously had a conditional expulsion of Denmark.
The young man's parents came as political refugees to Sudan, and then the family went to Denmark in 1994, where they were granted a residence permit.
At that time the young man was six years old. He came to school, but since the criminal age has been a criminal and has suffered times of cruel crime.
It was originally the plan that the court should decide on expulsion on October 16, 2017 when the 30-year-old received a verdict. Namely 60 days jail for violation of the law on euphoric substances.
A reservation was made for expulsion because there was no opinion from the Immigration Service. It has come now, and it says there is nothing to prevent an expulsion for a number of years.
"It is not contrary to Denmark's obligations. He is not shown that he wants to quit crime and he has not been bothered to get an education, prosecutor Frederick Schreiber said in his procedure. The young man's defender did not say unexpectedly that the 30-year-old does not know anyone in Eritrea, he wants to live on the street and will be pursued.
In total, the 30-year-old has been convicted of prison for nearly 7 years, ranging from theft, vandalism, violation of the weapons act, violation of the law on euphoria and four robberies.
The man has nine brothers in Denmark, four brothers and five sisters.
The verdict on expulsion with immigration federations for six years was promptly appealed to the Vestre Landsret.