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Published 5 years ago by ubthejudge with 4 Comments

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  • willyb321
    +5

    334 years? I mean, really, who is going to last 334 years. May as well just give him life, it'd be easier, and you wouldn't seem like overkill as much

    • spaceghoti
      +3

      That's why they do it that way. Giving someone consecutive life sentences means that even if the first one is commuted there's still the second one to serve. It's a message to other courts and prison officials that this person is intended to stay in jail and never be released.

    • frohawk
      +2

      could you imagine it they did! :D

  • ChelsG
    +3

    135 years for stealing credit card information? I'm not sure how I feel about that. In Canada you could murder someone and be out in 10 years.

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