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If Ernest T. Gunter II was sentenced under today's laws, he would spend the rest of his life on parole; however, upon his release on Jan. 28, he will only be supervised for 5 years

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If Ernest T. Gunter II was sentenced under today's laws, he would spend the rest of his life on parole; however, upon his release on Jan. 28, he will only be supervised for 5 years

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Prosecutors: Art Dealer Mary Boone Should Go to Prison

In a court filing, prosecutors asked a federal judge to sentence Ms. Boone to as much as three years in prison for filing false tax returns.

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Russian Artist, Sentenced Over Bank Fire, Dedicates Trial to the Marquis de Sade

Pyotr Pavlensky was given a three-year sentence for lighting a fire as part of a work of performance art. He will not serve any time in prison.

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'Love & Hip Hop' stars Juelz Santana and Kimbella had a private wedding ceremony ahead of the rapper's pending incarceration. The post Juelz Santana and Kimbella Get Married Ahead of His Prison Sentence appeared first on EBONY.

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Prosecutors said this week the state will seek a natural life sentence for a Waukegan man charged with first-degree murder in the apparent beating death of his girlfriend’s 4-year-old daughter, allegedly triggered by spilled juice. Johnathan Fair, 19, was indicted on four counts of first-degree...

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Man gets 10 years for exchanging nude pictures with Contra Costa teen

OAKLAND — A Rhode Island man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday for sexual online chats with a 13-year-old girl from Contra Costa, which included exchanges of nude photos. A shocking fact was revealed in court records leading up to the sentence: the victim in the case was found to have...

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Reuters journalists lose appeal of 7-year sentence in Myanmar

A court in Myanmar rejected the appeals of two Reuters journalists who have been sentenced to a harsh seven-year jail term for violating a state secrets act. Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, were convicted in September in a troubling case that sparked concerns among human rights groups and raised...

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