Former Aurora man found guilty of threatening to kill Kane County judge

He allegedly posted the threatening statements on Facebook.

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James L. Warren faces probation or a sentence between 2 and 5 years in prison after being found guilty of threatening a public official.

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A former Aurora resident was found guilty of making threats on social media to kill a Kane County judge.

James L. Warren, 48, was charged in 2018 with posting the threats on Facebook while the judgepresided over a family court case involving Warren, the Kane County state’s attorney’s office said in a statement.

Prosecutors also argued thatWarren posted threatening comments on Facebook on June 28, 2018, and July 24, 2018.

Warren facesprobationor a sentence between 2 and 5 years in prison after being found guilty ofthreatening a public official, prosecutors said.

Warren, who remains free on $2,000 bail, is expected to be sentencedMarch 5, 2021.

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