Wow! You're not kidding.
Which is about 20 miles from the WH.bob wrote:Barron started attending St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland, in the fall.
Judge: counsel I want to thank you for your work here. I wish you luck Mr. Cox. I hope that you do easy time from here on out.
Judge, Prosecution, and Defense all in agreement with Cox going to a medium security facility. They are discussing FCI Sheridan in Oregon.
Judge: I think that it is appropriate to read the judgment.
Judge reads the sentence.
All counts to be served concurrently.
120 months for weapons
188 months for conspiracy
3 months probation for weapons
5 months probation for conspiracy
$800 fine.$100 for each count
So around almost another 6 years?Judge: His criminal history of 2 over states. It maybe appropriate for a reduction. This is not an outlier case. But the sentence should be less than the high end.
188 months is my judgment.
Judge: The type of long term therapy that Mr Cox needs is not available in the prison system. That is unfortunate.
Judge: The sentence should be not greater than necessary. The sentence should reflect the seriousness of the offense. It should be treated seriously by the court. The court should protect the public.
Judge: on the weapons charges I think that those sentences should not change. It is appropriate to have them run concurrent. So 10 years for the weapons. The question is the remaining count of the conspiracy to murder count.
Judge: Cox has been able to attract supporters that believe that he is innocent and should be let out. He possessed things that he was not allowed to possess.
Judge: Far as Mr. Cox's mental status. I believe that Dr. Cunningham report was more accurate. However I do not believe that Dr Cunningham assertation that Mr Cox will not recidivate is wrong. The website is indicative of his Mental status.