Thursday, December 9, 2010

Florida: Clemency Decisions!

Florida AP reports Governor Crist and the State's Executive Clemency Board have "commuted the lengthy prison sentences of two women at their last executive clemency meeting before they leave office on Jan. 4." The Board is reported to have "considered" as many as 80 other requests "for pardons, commutations and the restoration of civil and gun possession rights."

61-year old Timothy YaQuinto, convicted of drug trafficking, had his civil rights restored. 49-year old Suzanne Squires had her 23-year sentence for a drunk driving crash commuted. She will have served 10 years. Monique Baker will be released from her 35-year sentence for cocaine trafficking. Jack Gruber was pardoned for his 1983 burglary conviction. See full story here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

'49-year old Suzanne Squires had her 23-year sentence for a drunk driving crash commuted.'
What should of been added to this statement is that Squires killed a child that was a passenger in her car. She also injured several people including a driver in another car.

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