Alvinos Plead Guilty, Spared Jail

The Long Island couple who last year tried to cover up their son's role in the hit-and-run death of University of Connecticut freshman Carlee Wines pleaded guilty today to two misdemeanors. Full Story
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UConn Grad Joe

Monroe, CT

#1 Feb 25, 2008
These jerks should have gone to jail!!!!
Bud

Boston, MA

#2 Feb 25, 2008
$2000 Fine is a slap on the wrist.They needed to spend time in jail.So much for the justice system.I hope they
get sued in civil court and loose everything.

Since: Jun 07

United States

#3 Feb 25, 2008
Absolutely unbelievable! How the hell did they walk without any jail time? It is truly hard to have faith in our justice system after reading crap like this.
Raucous

West Hartford, CT

#4 Feb 25, 2008
Immediately after the accident there were two crimes. One was a kid who drove off frantically. The other was committed by the parents. To me, the latter is worse. I can almost imagine the fright and horrifying anxiety of having struck a pedistrian. I'd like to think I could make a better judgment than he did but I've not been in that position. However, the actions of the parents are (to me) unforgivable. They had the luxury of not being stuck in that moment of horror, and instead they carefully calculated their evasion of resposibility. Ick, I hate even thinking that parents of one child could be so callous to the parents of another, let along to the rule of law and every moral and ethical fibre they should have.

So why this silly slap on the wrist for them?
Ridiculous

Derby, CT

#5 Feb 25, 2008
"Money is no object" to protect their son, after he killed someone. Well, Mr. and Mrs. Alvino - let us all hope that money is really no object to you - although you received a light sentence, no doubt in part to you paying a HUGE fee to your attorneys - I, for one, am hoping that as a result of your selfish actions that you are sued in civil courts to the point that you don't have a dime in your pocket. Then, justice would be served. No wonder your son ran as a coward - look at the example he had. Guess what - this is not the day of the Kennedeys - wealth, power and prestige cannot fix any problem. If you make a bad desicion, admit it, take your medicine and learn from the lesson. The only good that might come from this is that others will learn from your mistakes -
QinCT

Hartford, CT

#6 Feb 25, 2008
This is just wrong on so many levels!!!
Its_Not_Justice

Storrs Mansfield, CT

#7 Feb 25, 2008
The Alvino's have to pay $4,330?! That's chump change to them! I am absolutely disgusted by the pleas that the Alvino's (son and parents) have made. I'm ever more disgusted that the courts have allowed them to escape with essentially no punishment. I don't know a single person who would find this acceptable. It was absolutely awful that Carlee Wines was struck & killed, but the actions of Anthony Alvino and his parents after the incident are even worse! From a moral level, I am shocked that parents would cover up such a horrible tragedy and, furthermore, put other teenagers in a position like they did to Donahue and Muccioli. Shame on them! I think it's a poor example to others out there that people can hide a crime, cross state lines, and, in the end, pay a fine of less than $5,000.
Jeff H

New Britain, CT

#8 Feb 25, 2008
Mom, dad and the kid should all be in jail.
Belinda

United States

#10 Feb 25, 2008
Disgusting! First they raise a no-good cowardly loser of a son, then they aid and abet him in avoiding responsibility for his crime. It makes me sick that Carlee might have lived if they had stayed and gotten her immediate help.
beffer

Warren, NJ

#11 Feb 25, 2008
These people are SCUMBAGS
bill

Hartford, CT

#12 Feb 25, 2008
They should have gotten a couple of years to teach them a lesson. they have no consciences.
Joe Shmo

Windsor, CT

#13 Feb 25, 2008
Said before, will keep saying it: Vote out all the liberals - judges, representatives, senators, (and God-forbid, the next president). They are hell bent to ruin the social fabric of this country.
Its a Shame

Cranston, RI

#14 Feb 25, 2008
What better state for this to happen.The courts should be ashamed of themselves..Welcome to the justice system in CT...Here money can buy you a stay out of jail card...this goes on all the time here in CT...GOT MONEY!!!
anon

Hartford, CT

#15 Feb 25, 2008
These people are despicable. I echo the earlier sentiments in hoping they are taken to the cleaners in civil court.

And one wonders why no one has faith in the justice system anymore.
Tom

Newington, CT

#17 Feb 25, 2008
"Money is no object" these pukes said. Proven true here. They are well-enough off to buy their way out of jail. Wonder who they paid off???
unbelievable

Dallas, TX

#19 Feb 25, 2008
You can get more jail time for petty theft than for manslaughter ..got luv this state

Since: Sep 07

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#20 Feb 25, 2008
Its a Shame wrote:
What better state for this to happen.The courts should be ashamed of themselves..Welcome to the justice system in CT...Here money can buy you a stay out of jail card...this goes on all the time here in CT...GOT MONEY!!!
Maybe you're right about the CT justice system, but it was a court in NEW YORK that gave those immoral, classless scumballs the slap on the wrist. To me, they are more guilty than the son and should have done some jail time.
TyteFystedFolkie

Waterbury, CT

#21 Feb 25, 2008
Is it JUST the New York prosecutor who is 'on the take', or does someone in Connecticut have a hand in it, as well??

What a travesty.
tripper

Murrieta, CA

#22 Feb 25, 2008
OJ, isn't the only one who got away.
ahmed

Portland, CT

#23 Feb 25, 2008
There should be at least a public flogging.

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