One Albuquerque man has racked up 126 arrests in 25 years but the district attorney’s office said it’s an arrest back in September that could finally send him to prison for a long time.
In 1997, Garner was convicted on 13 felony counts. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Garner served 4 years and 4 months before he was released on good behavior.
In 2006, Garner was convicted on drug and stolen property charges. Garner was already deemed a habitual offender because of his 1997 conviction.
He should have faced a mandatory one year in jail. According to Metropolitan Detention Center, officials their records show Garner served less than four months while he waited for his sentencing.
Then the judge gave him probation, even though the D.A.’s office recommended jail time.
Is this disgusting? What were the judges thinking when they le
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