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Interview with Henry, Bob and Cory

JM: How long was your sentencing for?
Henry: I was sentenced the first time to 2 years probation. My second time in trouble I was sentenced to 2 years state prison, followed by 3 years probation.
Bob: I ended up being sentenced to 30 days in the county jail which with "gain time" (time off for good behavior), amounted to 20 days total. I was released two days after my sentencing. Additionally I was given one year of probation - A $500 fine - and six months license suspension. This was better than what the State had offered initially (through the Public Defender), which was 45 days in the jail. All in all I would say that I was satisfied with my sentencing.
Cory: 365 days, with time served.

JM: Did you spend time in a holding cell after your sentencing? If so, what was that like? If you didn't where did they they take you instead?
Henry: I spent time in holding cells throughout my incarceration. But more specifically, the holding cell after sentencing was very crowded, often time with inmates having to stand or sit on the floor. The guards were very proffessional and respectful to their fullest ability.
Bob: I did not have to spend time in a holding cell after my sentencing because my court appearance was done via video link between the jail and courthouse/courtroom. After sentencing I was escorted by a Deputy back to my Dorm.
Cory: Yes, i was in a holding cell for not long, just a few hours then I was taken back to my cell in the main jail. Where I did the rest of my time with a few in house cell transfers

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