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Interview with Freddy

JM: Tell us about the pre-sentencing process:
Freddy: I awoke in a holding cell, and was held there for several hours until my alcohol had worn off. I then was required to dress out in their pre-sentencing uniform and transfered to their block where pre-sentencing people are housed. I spent a week in that "Block" waiting on trial.

JM: Did you have police stop by your house for questioning? If not please give us details on how you came to be arrested.
Freddy: On Feb 1st. 2011, the last thing I actually remember was being at the bar and taking a shot. Apparantly I took as many as 12, and on the way home I made the car I was in wreck from the passengers seat. The police arrived and I was detained

JM: What was court like? Please give as many details as you recall.
Freddy: I was held in an area outside of the court room until my name was called. I was then brought in front of the judge where my charges were read to me. I tried to plead no contest, but was informed that that is no longer allowed. I then plead guilty to all charges and sentenced to a period of 6 months each on 5 different charges to be ran consecutively.

JM: What were your original charges? What did you end up being convicted of?
Freddy: count one, public intoxication. Count two,criminal mischief. Count three, harrasment. Count four, harrasment. Count five, domestic violence.

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