Error allows inmate early jail release
Lee Ann Womack never met Kitty Wells but says she was moved by her music as a child and touched by... A Portland man serving a three-year jail sentence now will serve an additional two years after he walked out of the courtroom in response to learning he would have complete his jail sentence after an erroneous early release.
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#1 Jul 17, 2012
I say let him go! Its their mistake if they made him stay too long do you think they would make it up to him? Hell no they wouldn't! Because its a money thing! Feds give them money to house so many there fore they fill it up. And don't come back like your better because everybody is one step one wrong move one wrong dececion from being locked up!!
#3 Jul 25, 2012
If it was only a mistake on the systems part then he should be punished for it BUT since he was told he had to finish his sentence, he escaped the courthouse, and he took the monitor off then yes he should be locked back up. It's his own fault for escaping.
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