SEE IT: Waukesha Christmas Parade killer files notice of intent to appeal

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Darrell Brooks objects to testimony as he appears via video from an adjacent courtroom after being removed by Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Jennifer Dorow for repeated interruptions in a Waukesha County Circuit Court during the third day of his trial in Waukesha, Wis., Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022. Brooks, who is representing himself during the trial, is accused of killing six people and injuring dozens more when he allegedly drove his SUV through a Christmas parade in Wisconsin last year. (Scott Ash/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel via AP, Pool) Scott Ash/AP

SEE IT: Waukesha Christmas Parade killer files notice of intent to appeal

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Darrell Brooks, the man convicted of killing six people after driving through the 2021 Waukesha Christmas parade and injuring dozens more, has filed his notice of intent to appeal, according to court records.

Earlier this month, Judge Jennifer Dorow sentenced the Wisconsin man to six life sentences without the possibility of extended supervision. He was found guilty by the jury of all 76 criminal charges brought against him.

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He faced charges including six counts of first-degree homicide, 61 counts of recklessly endangering safety with the use of a dangerous weapon, six counts of fatal hit-and-run, two counts of felony bail jumping, and one count of misdemeanor domestic battery.

The trial for Brooks was watched across the country after the tragedy grasped the nation’s attention a year prior. Dorow made waves on social media for her handling of Brooks’s misbehavior in the courtroom.

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This week, the judge’s family revealed that she is planning to run for Wisconsin Supreme Court in the spring.

“It’s been so overwhelming to receive so much support and encouragement to consider running for the state Supreme Court,” she said.

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