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View Poll Results: Would Judge Perry have convicted ICA in non-jury trial ?

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  • No, she would acquitted of all charges

    6 1.08%
  • Yes, she would have received the death penalty

    75 13.49%
  • Yes, she would have received LWOP

    275 49.46%
  • Yes, she would have received 30+ years

    121 21.76%
  • Yes, she would received 5-30 years

    64 11.51%
  • Yes, she would received the same sentence as with the jury trial

    15 2.70%

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    If This Had Been a Non-Jury Trial ....

    I'm soliciting opinions as to whether Judge Perry would have convicted ICA had this been a non-jury trial and what her sentence would have been.

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    I believe HHJP would have given her at least 30 years or LWOP, but he would not have given her the DP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonlady View Post
    I believe HHJP would have given her at least 30 years or LWOP, but he would not have given her the DP.
    Agreed.

    Unless I have included a link, it is my opinion and only my opinion that I am expressing.

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    Lwop imo

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    I think Judge Perry would have given her at least 30 years.
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    I think Judge Perry would have given her life without parole.
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    I think he would have given her 30 years

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    I'm thinking he would have found her guilty and gave her 30 years or so. Then again, with the way the carp has gone in this trial, I'm not sure of anything in this universe any more.
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    With the evidence presented in the actual trial, 5-30 years. Depends on how much connecting the dots he was willing to do, or if he is a staunch observer of the burden of proof threshold. But definitely not DP or LWOP, with the evidence presented by the SAO.

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    IMO- JP would have convicted her on exactly what the jury conviced her on - lying.


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    I think LWOP, just because it was a child, and it was horrible what she did, and all the lies. If she would have taken a deal at the very beginning, I think she would have been out of prison about now. I know the man who killed my BIL, receved 7yrs, out in 4rys. Once he was out, he ran over (lots of times) his bestfriend in a field,, and killed him. He his of course back in prison, but it's still not LWOP. Our Justice system is more than blind, and needs a drastic overhaul.
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    At least 30 . You could tell when he was handing down the other gulity charge the other day he knew she got away with Murder but there was nothing he could do.
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    Lwop, jmoo
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    I think he would have given her the DP.

    He prosecuted a woman for killing her husbands. He went for the DP and got it then watched her execution via the electric chair.

    IMO

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    I'm thinking somewhere between 30 years and LWOP. I don't think for a second he'd have given her the DP.

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