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This is why I hate the NFL...and our justice system..

I know this isn't Bama related but its a good topic for discussion...



http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4262751

 

After Stallworth spent the night drinking at a bar in Miami Beach's Fountainebleau hotel, police said he hit Reyes, a construction crane operator who was rushing to catch a bus after finishing his shift at about 7:15 a.m.

Stallworth told police he flashed his lights in an attempt to warn Reyes, who was not in a crosswalk when he was struck.

Stallworth had a blood-alcohol level of .126 after the crash, well above Florida's .08 limit. Stallworth stopped after the crash and immediately told officers he had hit Reyes. Police estimated Stallworth was driving about 50 mph in a 40 mph zone.

This is the so called "sentence" that this man will "face" after killing someone....

 

Stallworth faced 15 years in prison. According to the plea agreement, Stallworth needs to serve only 24 days of his 30-day sentence. Murphy agreed to give Stallworth credit for the one day he already served, April 2, which was the day of his arrest and booking. In addition, Stallworth received an additional five days of credit because of a Florida state statute stating anyone who is sentenced to 30 days (besides civil, contempt, drug treatment and house arrest cases) automatically gets five days' credit time served for every 30 days, spokesperson Janelle Hall of the Miami Dade County Corrections Department told Naqi.

 

After his release from jail, Stallworth must serve two years of house arrest and spend eight years on probation.

 

Stallworth must also undergo drug and alcohol testing, will have a lifetime driver's license suspension and must perform 1,000 hours of community service. Lyons said after five years, Stallworth could win approval for limited driving for reasons such as employment.

 

What a freakin joke! How many days in jail did Vick spend after killing dogs?...

Lyons said the plea agreement will allow Stallworth to resume his football career.

 

NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the league is reviewing the matter for possible disciplinary action. Stallworth could face suspension without pay for some games this year.

Oh wow! Lets not be TOO hard on him...after all..he did just kill someone...

To me this shows just how silly our justice system is and that these so called "celebrities" can get away with anything..including murder...

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