What do you have to do to get jail time in this State?

Here’s another case of  the official story misses the actual story.
I know that a dead guy after a shooting sounds like the story, but trust me it isn’t.
Look at his one criminal conviction. He was convicted in November of last year for “Discharging a firearm into an occupied property, causing serious injury,” a Class E felony. According to the structured sentencing guidelines (PDF) he was supposed to get 20-25 months in prison for a first offense of this magnitude. That sentence could be increased to 25-31 months or mitigated to 15-20 depending upon the circumstances of the crime.
Read the criminal record again and see that what he actually got was 36 months on probation.
The real story here is that pretty much no matter what criminals do, they don’t get punished in this state.


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4 Responses to What do you have to do to get jail time in this State?

  1. Can you blame him for turning to violent crime after the nasty trick his parents played on him by naming him Dantonio.

  2. I posted a blog entry about this. I don’t know how to forward your post onto my blog; I see people doing that but I can’t seem to figure it out. Anyway, I gave you credit on my post.
    Your post was great!

  3. What’s you blog?

    Generally, you just copy a small bit, and then set it up as a link back to here.

    Thanks for reading and commenting.

  4. You do start to wonder what parents are thinking sometimes.