- January 14, 2012 - 17:54
If he is such a model citizen let him live with Averill!
- January 14, 2012 - 15:56
If he's getting upgrading while in school, can't they focus on his bevahiour and rehabilitation while he's in there? There has to be some deterrent to committing a crime. According to Ms. Baker, all you have to do is apologize while you are committing a crime, and that makes it ok. If you do something like this, you deserve to sit in jail, for a long time. He said he didn't want to hurt anybody, but would he have if it came down to it?
- January 14, 2012 - 15:14
"A man who can contribute.. sitting in jail." How do defense lawyers sleep at night? I understand everyone should get to defend themselves at trial, but some of these arguements are pitiful. I wouldnt want to have to go to work for these rejects every day.
- January 14, 2012 - 13:29
Yes give him a pat on the back and send him home and tell him to be a good boy.
- January 14, 2012 - 10:41
Jail is not the answer: The laywer for this man is seeking the lightest sentence she can get, it will make her 'look-good' in other criminals eyes,but what happens if he were toget a light sentence & in six months was released & did another armed robbery in which some 16yr old kid was smacked with an hammer for a small amount of cash at a store? The courts DO NOT look at the other people involved,! Working people do not want things taken away in this manner.
- January 14, 2012 - 08:24
...whaa, whaa, whaa! Why is it they only show remorse when they are about to be sentenced - yet again and again and again! As for the Avril Bakers of our legal system - how do these folks keep a straight face when they are spewing this crap.