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here slot nuts mobile casino However, as prosecutor Parish has pointed out, Robert Ferguson is a career criminal. He already managed to escape the three strike law in 1994. Parish noted that even after spending 22 of the last 27 years in prison, Robert Ferguson still could not obey the simplest of laws.
How many chances do you give someone?

Monica Brushia, Robert Ferguson’s defense attorney, argued that some of his crimes occurred thirty or so years ago, that stealing cheese was a petty offense that didn’t warrant prison time.
She shared his psychologist’s findings; ‘Ferguson was bipolar and had trouble controlling impulses to steal during manic phases’.

Judge Warriner met Brushia and Parish in the middle by handing down a 7 year, 8 month prison term.
He gave Ferguson 825 days credit for time served waiting for trial, ordered him to serve half his term in prison and allowed him parole review after less than three years.

People seem to be outraged that a person could receive such a long prison term for stealing cheese; the comments I have read are extremely harsh. Lighten up folks! It’s not about the cheese or the dollar amount, nor is it about the theft of a wallet.
This prison term is a way of letting Mr. Ferguson know that being a career criminal is not a good choice.

Bipolar or not, his activity is by choice. I have known more than a few bipolar people in my life and not a single one has resorted to criminal activity.
Tossing the bipolar factor in the equation is simply allowing more excuses for Robert Ferguson.

The three strike law is there for a reason; we can’t just randomly decide who get’s a fourth, fifth or umpteenth strike. The idea is to hinder criminal activity and I think that Ferguson should be grateful he wasn’t sentenced to life.

While none of Ferguson’s prior convictions involved injuries or weapons, how long before we see “Robert Ferguson: Prison For Cheese Thief” changed to Robert Ferguson: Prison for– fill-in-the-blank?
I don’t want to find out what he is potentially capable of in the criminal world. If he cannot obey the simple, civil and and most basic laws of society, how long before he graduates to something far worse than stealing cheese and lifting wallets?
I remind you again, this is not about what Robert Ferguson stole, it’s about his choice to participate in criminal activity.

Your thoughts?