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Scott: 5 yrs suspended all but 18 months/18 months probation
Gary: I WAS SENTENCED TO EIGHTEEN MONTHS WITH 9 MONTHS SUSPENDED.
Armando: I was sentenced to one year.
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?
Scott: yes i spend time in a holding cell after i was sentence reality kicked in an i was stress because i had to be away from my family and all my loved one also my job
Gary: i DID SPEND TIME IN A HOLDING CELL, TO WAIT ON TRANSPORT TO SEVEN LOCKS BEFORE BEING SENT TO CLARKSBURG.IT WAS A SEVEN DAY HOLDOVER IN SEVEN LOCKS. tHE HOLDING CELL AT THE COURTHOUSE DID NOT TAKE A LONG TIME BECAUSE IT WAS THE END OF THE DAY.
Armando: After I was sentenced, I was taken back to the holding cell to wait for some other people that had to go to court. I guess that want to take as many people back to the Detention Center at one time. After sentencing, I felt relieved that the sentencing part was over.
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