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Huffman sentence

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Felicity Huffman gets 14 days in prison. That’ll show her....and she only serves 85% of the 14 days....smh

She also gets a fine and community service.

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Re: Huffman sentence

No probation? I think her sentence is fair.
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@bathina wrote:
No probation? I think her sentence is fair.

@bathina   One year.

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There’s rich and famous justice, and justice for the rest of us. God help our country because he’s the only one that can. 

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i hope she has indeed "regained her moral compass," as the judge suggested. i think she is lucky it's only 14 days. 

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It's a joke sentence for a serious white collar crime.

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What a joke...about the equivalent of putting an adult in the corner for a time-out.

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@Susan Louise wrote:

What a joke...about the equivalent of putting an adult in the corner for a time-out.


well said!!  what a joke!  That Full house woman better get the book thrown at her!!!!!!

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Such a farce. They reported she may not even be put into a federal prison, because the prison does not deal with sentences less than 30 days. Such a slap on the wrist. Wonder what they will do with Aunt Becky? Shaking my head. There is indeed, a two tier level of justice in our nation. Very disheartening. 

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Lori gets her trial first, before any books can be thrown.

 

Keep in mind that a jury could find her not guilty.