Lansing man gets tougher child abuse sentence
A Lansing man who pleaded guilty to child abuse was given a tougher prison sentence Wednesday than set out in a plea bargain agreement.
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Since: Apr 09
#1 Nov 11, 2010
Warren pleaded guilty last month to abusing his ex-wife's 6-year-old daughter. As part of his plea bargain, he was to receive a minimum of two years in prison. Now he gets three to 15 years in prison for first-degree child abuse?
How about lethal injection? That sounds like a a fair treatment for the POS.
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