Crash victims object to plea offer

Crash victims object to plea offer

There are 18 comments on the The York Daily Record story from May 6, 2010, titled Crash victims object to plea offer. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Michael Grable and Theresa Smith were not happy with the plea agreement offered to the man who hit their motorcycle.

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misscoool

New Freedom, PA

#1 May 6, 2010
Yep that is good old York County justice. The defendant always gets the best end of the deal. I feel you pain.
Sad

White Hall, MD

#2 May 6, 2010
Probably ran to avoid the additional D.U.I. Punishment should be at least what that would have been.
Bill

Leola, PA

#3 May 6, 2010
Is there no justice for those who ride motorcycles? This shouldn't even be considered for a plea. Like the lady said, he left them for dead....now do the same to him. He obviously can't learn his lessons from past experience.
ljay

Beltsville, MD

#4 May 6, 2010
Wussification of the DA's Office has clearly begun.
Just a thought

York, PA

#5 May 6, 2010
Ten years seems appropriate, and a baseball bat to the mouth, head, ribs, and feet.
WoW

Hanover, PA

#6 May 6, 2010
Hey guys dont be so hard on the guy!!! I mean he is facing 6 months in jail
what the heck

Harrisburg, PA

#7 May 6, 2010
Time for our legislators to do something that actually matters to us (their lowly constituents) and pass a law that would make leaving the scene of an crash equal to or more aggregious than DUI. They have plenty of time to use our money illegally, but not much time to work on making our justice system work. What's wrong with this picture?
George

Marshall, VA

#8 May 6, 2010
ljay wrote:
Wussification of the DA's Office has clearly begun.
DA "Lets Make a Deal" Kearney and his staff at work for all but the victims of crime! And people thought Rebert was bad??????
oh well

Stewartstown, PA

#9 May 6, 2010
Those idiots should have had their helmets on there would have been less brain damage. Maybe
Not Suprized

Runge, TX

#10 May 6, 2010
Move to Texas, where people are held to being responsible. Felony actions like that end up in years behind bars, Not a pat on the back and a dont do that again. Living in York made me take a second look, right and wrong have different meanings. People need to picket the court houses and demand judges give stronger sentences. Mandatory state sentences need to be adopted, call your state rep. and demand it.
the facts is

Moorestown, NJ

#11 May 6, 2010
I think the facts are that the victim was drunk when he got hit. He also has a lawyer that used to work for Frankel
George

Marshall, VA

#12 May 6, 2010
the facts is wrote:
I think the facts are that the victim was drunk when he got hit. He also has a lawyer that used to work for Frankel
Where did it say the victim was drunk?
Daughter of the victims

Glen Rock, PA

#13 May 6, 2010
First of all "oh well", they had their helmets on. Second, I hope that s.o.b. gets the maximum penalty for what he's done. It's only fair his life is disrupted and inconvenienced for years to come just like the victim's lives have been.
Grable charged with DUI

York, PA

#14 May 6, 2010
Grable, the driver of the motorcycle was charged with DUI that night.
He pled guilty and was acepted into ARD.
Smith recently pled guilty to poss of marijuana.
She was accepted into ARD
Morgan

United States

#15 May 6, 2010
oh well wrote:
Those idiots should have had their helmets on there would have been less brain damage. Maybe
So just cuz they didnt have a helmet doesnt mean the guy should get away wit hitting them!
ironic

Pittston, PA

#17 May 6, 2010
Grable charged with DUI wrote:
Grable, the driver of the motorcycle was charged with DUI that night.
He pled guilty and was acepted into ARD.
Smith recently pled guilty to poss of marijuana.
She was accepted into ARD
If true I find that to be highly ironic and funny as all get out.

You just can't make this stuff up.
Tom Grable

Philadelphia, PA

#18 May 21, 2010
Yes, I'm using my real name because I refuse to hide behind an alias.
Most of the facts of this case have been revealed in these posts and the issues on both sides of the case are sad.
However, the simple fact is that if Kenney had not been driving on a suspended license and without insurance, he would never have been on the road that night. Would Kenney be able to live with himself if my brother and his fiance would have died that night?
Frickin Amazing

York, PA

#19 May 21, 2010
Grable charged with DUI wrote:
Grable, the driver of the motorcycle was charged with DUI that night.
He pled guilty and was acepted into ARD.
Smith recently pled guilty to poss of marijuana.
She was accepted into ARD
Whoa, say you're kiddin'! And those greaseballs are not satisfied with the outcome; while BOTH are in ARD. Pot callin' the kettle black. And don't bother telling us this has nothing to do with THE accident/verdict! Cruds beget cruds!!!!!

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