A few days ago, Minwen Fröhlich shocked Fröhlich with the news that he would have to return to prison soon because his application for parole was refused. But now everything should look completely different again. It doesn’t seem like the last word has been said yet.
Menowin Fröhlich (34 years old) became known through the casting show “Deutschland sucht den Superstar”. There, the artist took second place – it seemed like a bright future for the talented singer, but everything turned out differently. Because of drunk driving, the family man must remain behind bars for a year and two months, but it seems that he does not want to endure this sentence.
That’s why Minwin isn’t in prison
Musician Minwin is still at large. The former ‘DSDS’ candidate was behind the wheel of a drunk in 2019 – and that was the reason for his defeat. In court, he was sentenced to 14 months in prison without parole for driving under the influence of alcohol. However, Fröhlich is not currently sitting behind the Swedish curtains.
Minwin must go to prison: Six children now have to do without a father!
As his attorney André Miegel revealed in an interview with RTL, the father of six wants to appeal. Thus, the ruling can be rescinded again.
Menowin has already resumed
As the lawyer said in an interview with the TV station, it was said that the amendment had “already been introduced”. He further states: “After the judgment is finalized in writing – I think it will take a maximum of four weeks to be there – we have one month to justify the appeal. Then the higher regional court will check the judgment again for errors in law.” This could mean that the former fraudster may get away with it again. Menoin’s wife and six children would surely be happy to sentence the head of the family to a suspended sentence.
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His wife had to part with her partner many years ago. Because it is not the first time that Munich has served a prison sentence.
Nothing has been decided yet
If the judges responsible had already delivered an incorrect verdict, the Thousand Miles process could be re-executed again. A legal dispute may last “for up to a year.” Minwin had actually hoped to receive only a one-year prison sentence, which would then be suspended on probation. The final verdict has not yet been pronounced.
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