I Team 10: Joseph tells parole board 'I have no recollection how I got home'
Imprisoned former Greece Police Sergeant Nick Joseph says he has no recollection who drove him home the night of the hit and run crash.Full Story
#1 Feb 12, 2012
If this inmate gave sworn testimony contrary to that he gave at trial it would put him in great jeopardy.
Although it has greatly extended his period of incarceration, the parole board would have recognized his departure from his court testimony and likewise the outcome would have been the same, Parole Denied.
Given the fact he has a pending appeal he did what needed to be done. The advantage of a plea bargain is that the terms of said agreement are usually honored by the state if the inmate has a satisfactory and trouble free pre release history.
This was a relatively simple case. If the defendant/inmate had remained at the scene, rendered aid etc it would not have had the sanctions he now suffers. More than likely, an accident, a DWI arrest, a suspension or at the very harshest a demotion.
He had a legitimate argument regarding colliding with a car parked in the hammer lane of an interstate during the hours of darkness.
Too bad he made such bad decisons.
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