I was just reading the USA Today and there's a story about a woman who killed a bicyclist while driving under the influence. This wasn't her first dui offense. But the judge gave her such a long sentence because they have a taped phone call of her laughing at what she had done. She thought this was funny and had done the world a favor by getting rid of this guy. The judge saw this as lack of remorse. The judge gave her 1 year less than the max allowed. I think the lady deserves to be in prison because she killed someone. She choose to drink and drive. I think based on that alone should have been the reason why she was given 10 1/2 years. But to base the final sentence on a phone call seems ridiculous. Is this what the justice system is coming to. Making a final decision because of a phone call. I was just wondering what everyone else thinks about the final judgement being based off a phone call.
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