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Delayed jail time imposed

October 11, 2013

A Parkersburg mother who forestalled her August sentencing on judicial release violations to give birth was sentenced Thursday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to spend over eight months in......

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Oct-11-13 7:57 AM

"a recent anomaly"? Nice try Randy. lol

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Oct-11-13 9:07 AM

I've sat in the court room and heard the Judge tell someone on three different occasions that if they broke their terms of control, they would be sent to prison. They never where sent.... Three violations....No prison time....No jail time...Three violations. The cops did their job. The courts choose not to do theirs. This is just another example of many that show the inconsistency of the Marietta Judicial System.

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Oct-11-13 11:31 AM

Port thing , she broke the law during her parole and now she seems confused that she has to go to jail? I guess sometimes the justice system does send offenders to jail after several last chances. Many jail time will make see the light, I feel sorry for all the children she keeps bringing into the world/ her own life is so messed up but she keeps adding more children into this sorry situation. I hope there are good people willing to step in and help her children get a chance at a good life.

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Oct-11-13 11:32 AM

I meant I do hope time in jail will make her get help and get her life back together.

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Oct-11-13 3:54 PM

Delayed means to happen later than intended...well it's LATER, do your time...

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Oct-12-13 9:02 AM

Ed Lane is a joke of a judge and needs booted out of there! He threatened and could have sentenced her to the max 18 months. He didn't follow through on his threat, so she's just learned he probably won't when she's back in his court again someday -- which she will be. And she deserved the max sentence because she's clearly a mess who's learned nothing from her past punishments -- and he went easy on her anyway. Why not max her out? That's right, it would take strength and internal fortitude, which Lane has long lacked.

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