terpfan wrote:46 years for waiving a gun? I dont get it.
Im not saying Tayor is innocent, or that he is a model citizen, but 46 freaking years? Seems like this attorney is trying to "make an example" of ST.
I dont know, its all making me sick to my stomach.
I mentioned this when Taylor was initially arrested months ago, but there is a law in Florida (where I believe this took place) that pointing a gun at someone carries a 20 year minimum sentence
, and discharging the weapon (whether you hit them or not) carries a minimum life sentence.
The laws have been this way down here for a few years at least, so if pointing a gun is a 20 year min, I can see how pointing it at them and verbally threatening to kill them, and then piling several assault charges on top of it could easily get up to 46 years.