This is a discussion on Interesting sentence within the Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland Security Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Father of the victim didn't want him living at the taxpayers’ expense. So, ... SNIP On Oct. 14, [Judge] Singletary approved the deal, sentencing Gaudioso, ...
Father of the victim didn't want him living at the taxpayers’ expense. So, ...
On Oct. 14, [Judge] Singletary approved the deal, sentencing Gaudioso, 22, to 15 years probation, during which he can’t drink or use drugs. And Gaudioso has to “mail a postcard to the victim’s family via probation every week while on probation.” If he doesn’t send one, he will go directly to jail, where he’ll spend up to 15 years.
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Anyone know what happened next -- or want to create a poll?
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I applaud the father for being able to compromise that far.
Then again, perhaps he just used this as an opportunity to dispaptch of the dirtball himself(?)According to the story, three weeks had passed since the sentencing, and Towers still hadn’t received a postcard. Click through to find out what happened.
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