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    Possible Parole dates?

    What could be ICA's 1st opportunity for parole, depending on the various sentences she might get?

    For instance, I understand Aggrevated Manslaughter of a child is at least a 30 yr. sentence. Could she possible be paroled as early as 7 years? Possible good behavior involved??

    Any ideas? This might make me sick later on!

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    I'm thinking, ask the lawyers in the legal thread. Wish I could comment, but I have no clue!

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    Michael Woodmansee got 40 years for murdering a child, eating parts, and keeping the bones in his bedroom. No parole.......but he got 12 years knocked off for good behavior!

    Sickens me more and more when I think about it.

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    In Florida, you have to serve at least 85% of your sentence. So for aggravated manslaughter of a child, for example, the sentence range for someone in Casey's situation would be 13-30 years, so the earliest she could get out if found guilty on that count would be 85% of 13, or about 11 years.

    "It would seem to me that June 16, 2008 was the last time that the victim was viewed by her grandparents. It became quite evident that from the OS of the Defense that the 16th was a date of great importance and that a so called time line of activities dealing with CA, LA, GA and ICA on the 16th and what, if any, activities took place on the 15th, 16th and 17th of June on 24 hour cycles would have been, at least, of a minimal requirement of review. I take it at some point you had a computer expert look at that data?" HHJP, 6/21/11
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZlawyer View Post
    In Florida, you have to serve at least 85% of your sentence. So for aggravated manslaughter of a child, for example, the sentence range for someone in Casey's situation would be 13-30 years, so the earliest she could get out if found guilty on that count would be 85% of 13, or about 11 years.
    How much credit does she get for the time she has spent in jail already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZlawyer View Post
    In Florida, you have to serve at least 85% of your sentence. So for aggravated manslaughter of a child, for example, the sentence range for someone in Casey's situation would be 13-30 years, so the earliest she could get out if found guilty on that count would be 85% of 13, or about 11 years.
    I cringe every time I read that Az.
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    I think credit for time served is time and a half, so three years served would work out to be 4 1/2 years?
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    The Twelfth of Never sounds about right for me...
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    If she gets convicted on multiple charges such as lying to the police and child abuse could they stack up the sentences or would they be served concurrently?

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    IIR, Florida doesn't have parole..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulessa View Post
    I cringe every time I read that Az.
    Agreed...I honestly believe that HHJP will give her the max for whatever charges she is convicted on, at least I hope so. I think HHJP knows what he is dealing with here, and knows that she is a danger to society. As we know, this isn't his first rodeo, particularly dealing with a female sociopath.

    I feel certain that the four counts of lying to LE are a sure thing, but I think that they only carry about a year a piece max IIRC. Obviously AZ knows better than I do.

    What I would like to know is: is it up to the judge's discretion to decide whether her sentences are consecutive or concurrent, and what is the criteria for deciding? And wouldn't 'time served' be off the table for her, since she is under sentence for six felony convictions at this time? (I honestly don't recall what her actual sentence was for the check fraud issues.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimmera View Post
    Agreed...I honestly believe that HHJP will give her the max for whatever charges she is convicted on, at least I hope so. I think HHJP knows what he is dealing with here, and knows that she is a danger to society. As we know, this isn't his first rodeo, particularly dealing with a female sociopath.
    And her DT did not do her any favors.

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    She won't have a parole date if she gets the DP or LWOP. So one of those two I hope for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulessa View Post
    I cringe every time I read that Az.
    She won't get that though. That 13 years is simply a minimum sentence based upon a scoring system under Florida's Criminal Punishment code below which the Court cannot sentence her without showing cause. I don't know exactly the correct terminology but that is the general effect of the relevant law in Florida.

    I remember that AZLawyer calculated the 13 a while back when I asked her because I couldn't find the relevant CPC manual and the scoring system seemed very technical (ok I was a bit lazy but you know ).

    Anyway, AZLawyer doesn't practice in Florida as far as I know.

    This is not a dig at all, she has done a sterling job answering everyones questions but the intracacies and nuances of another jurisdictions legal system can trip up even the most seasoned lawyers, especially when the jurisdiction's law is primarily statute based. It also has to be remembered that, from what I can, see the CPC Scoring System in Florida is relatively complex.

    With that in mind, it might be an idea to PM Richard Hornsby (so he can have time to look into it) and ask him on WS radio tomorrow. He regularly uses the CPC code and will have no problem answering the question for us with absolute certainty and explaining all the possibilities (such as which sentences will run consecutive and concurrently, what variables matter, etc).

    Back to my first point: Richard Hornsby did state on WS Radio a few weeks ago that in the event that KC was convicted of Agg. Manslaughter that HHJP would probably sentence her to 30 years.

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    IDK, but I'm glad she's not in TN where you only have to serve 30%!!

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