Benton man pleads not guilty in fatal...

Benton man pleads not guilty in fatal wreck

There are 13 comments on the The Paducah Sun Online Edition story from Nov 16, 2010, titled Benton man pleads not guilty in fatal wreck. In it, The Paducah Sun Online Edition reports that:

A man charged with murder in connection with a fatal wreck in Marshall County pleaded not guilty Monday.

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Since: Oct 10

La Porte City, IA

#1 Nov 16, 2010
I love how you can plead not guilty in court even though you got caught red handed. Awesome. Way to step up and take responsibility for your actions.
Sammy

Dunmor, KY

#2 Nov 16, 2010
Watch what Brad Anderson is doing !
Puzzled

Frankfort, KY

#3 Nov 16, 2010
Oh, and I am sure you would just plead guilty to murder and take that life sentence without parole without any question.

Since: Oct 10

La Porte City, IA

#4 Nov 16, 2010
It's like they say, if you can't do the time, don't do the crime. All I'm saying.
mom

Port Orange, FL

#5 Nov 16, 2010
...and I guess you've never done anything wrong?No he died on the cross so our sins were forgiven,He was the only perfect person.

Since: Oct 10

La Porte City, IA

#6 Nov 16, 2010
I have never done anything so wrong that I ended up in front of a judge having to plead "not guilty" to a murder charge. I have had a few scrapes with the law when I was younger, but I learned my lesson. And please stop with the whole Jesus thing. I am also a Christian, but bringing Jesus into a debate like this just makes you look bad.
yoyo

United States

#7 Nov 17, 2010
first of all no where has it indicated the brad pleaded not guility to dui just murder. murder is intentional and in this case that is not the what happened. as for you judging people I am sure in your lifetime you have had a drink and gotten behind the wheel almost ninety percent of people in this county has. brad made a very bad choice by choosing to drive that day and i do believe he should serve some time but not for murder. and dont tell someone bringing our lord into this makes them look bad then call yourself a christian. only god can judge someone! not you! i wish people would remember the families of this tragedy and respect the fact that there r children involved and all your comments and remarks are hurting them more than anyone else and that is both sides of children. grow up people!
friend

United States

#8 Nov 17, 2010
I totally agree. People should just leave this matter alone! Both familes are in my prayers

Since: Oct 10

La Porte City, IA

#9 Nov 17, 2010
I have only made remarks about this topic on this site. If someone is letting his children read Topix, then there are some family issues that need to be addressed. And yes, I am a christian, but it pisses me off that everyone wants to drag christianity into this mess. I can personally guarantee you that if I was in this spot, my mother would not be on here asking everyone to pray for me, nor would I want her to. When you screw up, you pay the consequences. Not try to pull every trick out of the book for human sympathy to try and dodge the bullet.
yoyo

Princeton, KY

#10 Nov 18, 2010
thats what christians do they pray for each other! And no one ever said that the children were on topix but use your brain some children are unfortunatley left unsupervised and do get on the website and what if they go to school and tell the two familes children. Thats is just horrible and you need to grow up!! This was a horrible mistake but I am sure you have never done anything wrong in your entire life, YOU ARE PERFECT!!!!! My bad. Whats sad is you have probably taken a few drinks a drove a vehicle and the only difference between that is the horrible accident that occured in this situation!! Again both families are in my prayers and you are too!!!!
rEpubLikan

Waterloo, IA

#11 Nov 21, 2010
BigDaddy77 wrote:
I love how you can plead not guilty in court even though you got caught red handed. Awesome. Way to step up and take responsibility for your actions.
Generally speaking, judges will enter a "not guilty plea" for the defendant in district court because Kentucky law does not allow a district court judge to accept a guilty plea in a felony case. In circuit court, defense attorneys will ask the judge to enter a not guilty plea at the arraignment so they can have time to investigate the case, make sure their client has not been railroaded into a false confession, file motions, negotiate with the Commonwealth attorney, discuss options with their client, etc. Later, the court can accept a guilty plea and accept responsibility, especially if they were "caught red handed."
mom

Richmond, KY

#12 Nov 21, 2010
To rEpubLikan,thank you for making this clear to other people.
justafriend

United States

#13 Nov 23, 2010
i know Brad very well and he should plead not guilty to murder. Brad never intentionally ment any harm to his friend. He will accept his punishment from the court, but i promise you that the punishment he has put on himself is far worse. Its real easy to come on this website and critisise people, but what you don't realize is that these families are suffering enough without having the whole world see and read all of this nonsense. You just don't know what you are doing to peoples lives when you put nonsense on here.

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