Since this blog is anarchist in its editorial methods, if not, usually, in its takes on events, I was happy today to learn about this valuable new attempt at socking it to the Man: 279 more words
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Yesterday, I did something out of character–I don’t think I have ever done anything quit like it before. I sentenced a guy in his early fifties to time served plus a life of supervised release even though his criminal history was IV, he sold drugs and probably kept a gun under his sofa. 517 more words
ALBANY, N.Y. – A former Saratoga County Deputy Sheriff who accepted money to transport what he believed was cocaine, was sentenced on Thursday.
Charles Fuller, 46, was sentenced to five years in federal prison. 130 more words
At his blog Hercules and the Umpire, Richard G. Kopf, a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska, has a fascinating post on mandatory minimum sentences… 647 more words
Former Gettysburg attorney sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for stealing $6 million from clients
HARRISBURG, PA (WPMT) A federal judge sentences former Gettysburg attorney Wendy Weikal-Beauchat, 46, to 15 years in prison for defrauding clients of over $6 million. Judge John E. 159 more words
KIMT News 3 – A judge sentenced Bradley Bilyeu to ten years behind bars after a plea agreement to lesser charges.
25-year-old, Bilyeu pled guilty to lesser charges of robbery in the second-degree, a class C felony and assault with intent to commit a serious injury, an aggravated assault. 88 more words