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Not good for him.
He'll get unsupervised probation. In the long run, no biggie.
He will have to do some jail time right? I know it is up to 6 years, but you would think he would have to do at least a few months.
Dude was found guilty of hitting a cop. Not a judge but I know this isn't taken lightly.
The OWH article said most people convicted of this get a max of 180 days in jail, but most only get probation. Given that Zo doesnt have a prior record, and the video is sketchy at best, I doubt he gets more than probation.
Read the OWH article, not as serious as you may think.
He'll get a few months in prison and probation IMO
I think you'll see the jail time deferred meaning he wont serve it if his PO recommends waivingit to the judge. I also think you'll see a high number of community service hours given the resources of the organization he works for. He will most likely not be allowed to drink and be subject to random UA's. He will probably get LoR's from people in the Pats organization that will help. I'd just be real surprised to him get hammered
For this. From a societal pov nothing is gained by it.
standard MO in this sort of case is 100+ days in prison. I'd bet he serves a few months.
Penalty will probably come down to the judge and his tendencies toward such crimes. Hope Dennard learned something thru all of this....
Congrats on the new badge Lou.
That's definitely the most important thing.
Yes. He better have learned, to get a better lawyer and cop a plea. Too late now.
He won't serve a day. Lots of probation, lots of community service.
Still will have a felony conviction. Doesn't matter if you spend time or not. It will haunt you the rest of your life. He better save his money.
This post was edited by Landohusker 14 months ago
Just means the Cincinnati Bengals will want to trade for him
I know what you mean Klein, but it would be jail, not prison, if he's sentenced to a term less than a year long.
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It's unfortunate; Dennard gets what he gets (he's an adult who wears "long pants" now). It wont affect Nebraska one way or another. Like LandoHusker had stated (+UV) he will always be a convicted felon period!
This post was edited by Khoolshady 14 months ago
+UV; .sure you right man; great call!
Generally speaking, FELONS can lose:
-the right to VOTE
-the right to hold many PUBLIC OFFICES
-the right to purchase a FIREARM
-the right to TRAVEL ABROAD
-the right to PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
-the ability to be hired for many JOBS
It typically takes a pardon in order to regain these rights.
I know where I work, if they see a Felony on the job app they don't even look at it. He better hope he stays in the league for a long time and is smart with his money
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