PARENTS KILLED AMBER ALERT ISSUED FOR 13-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER
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GUILTY IN - TaraNova Glick, 3, beaten to death, Elkhart, 13 July 2004

Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by mysteriew, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    Chad Strong's father won't be at the rest of his son's trial.

    That's because if Edgar Strong shows up in court this morning expecting to hear the beginning of testimony in his son's murder, battery and neglect case, the elder Strong will go to the county jail to serve a 90-day sentence for contempt of court.

    Monday morning, as attorneys worked to choose jurors to hear about the death of 3 1/2-year-old TaraNova Glick, who died of abdominal injuries in July 2004, Edgar Strong sat in the back of the courtroom, behind prospective jurors, discussing the case within their hearing range, according to court staff members.
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  2. Jeana (DP)

    Jeana (DP) Former Member

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    The judge should give him another 90 days for being an ahole.
     
  3. SewingDeb

    SewingDeb "Sorry, I'm not qualified to land the plane."

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    I agree Jeana. Maybe there should be a long sentence for prospective jury tampering.
     
  4. Belinda

    Belinda Doer of Things

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    CHAD E. STRONG, Appellant (Defendant below),
    v.
    STATE OF INDIANA, Appellee (Plaintiff below).

    July 24, 2007

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    The trial court found the sentencing factors warranted the imposition of maximum, con-secutive sentences for murder and class A felony neglect. We likewise conclude that for his re-vised conviction of class D felony neglect, the appropriate sentence is the maximum authorized sentence, three years, to be served consecutively with the sentence for murder. See Pierce, 761 N.E.2d at 830 n.5; Cutter v. State, 725 N.E.2d 401, 410 n.4 (Ind. 2000). As to the issues other than double jeopardy, we summarily affirm the decision of the Court of Appeals. Ind. Appellate Rule 58(A).

    The defendant's conviction and sentence for murder is affirmed. But we remand to the trial court to reduce the conviction for neglect of a dependant from a class A felony to a class D felony, for which the sentence shall be a term of three years, to be served consecutively to the sentence for murder.

    Appeal at link:
    http://www.ai.org/judiciary/opinions/pdf/07240701bd.pdf
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    Chad E. Strong

    Housed: Indiana State Prison
    Sentence Date: 12/01/2005

    Offense: Murder
    Sentence: 65 years

    Offense: Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death
    Sentence: Originally 65 years, reduced by appeals court to 3 years

    Sentences are consecutive.

    Earliest Possible Release Date: 07/13/2038
    Projected Release Date: 07/13/2038
     

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