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(Daily Mail)   Woman sentenced to 2 days in jail serves 5 months after judge forgot to sign her release order. Bonus: She's a hot blonde   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 117
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2014-01-27 05:56:14 PM
Well, she's a blonde
 
2014-01-27 06:00:38 PM
It is unclear why Ms Hoffman did not let prison officials know that she was being held for an undue length of time.


If it was me I'd be sitting in my cell calculating the amount of money I'd be getting from the county for each day I stayed in prison.
 
2014-01-27 06:02:20 PM

Dinki: It is unclear why Ms Hoffman did not let prison officials know that she was being held for an undue length of time.



Because she's a prisoner, and they always lie. And, I wonder if this jail is run by CCA....
 
2014-01-27 06:07:08 PM

dj_bigbird: Dinki: It is unclear why Ms Hoffman did not let prison officials know that she was being held for an undue length of time.


Because she's a prisoner, and they always lie. And, I wonder if this jail is run by CCA....


If inmates didn't tell the guards when their sentence was up, how would the guards know when to release the inmates?
 
2014-01-27 06:10:19 PM

Lucky LaRue: Well, she's a blonde


I'm not so sure about that either.
 
2014-01-27 06:27:06 PM

Dinki: It is unclear why Ms Hoffman did not let prison officials know that she was being held for an undue length of time.


If it was me I'd be sitting in my cell calculating the amount of money I'd be getting from the county for each day I stayed in prison.


3 hots and a cot, plus lawsuit money.  Sounds like win/win.  If it wasn't for prison rape, I may enjoy jail
 
2014-01-27 06:33:57 PM
Well, color me surprised. It is a private corporately owned jail.

Clark County Jail Holding Corp

Most of Indiana's juvenile detention centers are privately owned as well.

America, locking up more of it's citizens than any other country in the world for profit!
Corporations are buying your legislators and courts and locking up your friends and family.
 
2014-01-27 08:19:08 PM
Privatizing the prison/corrections shiat should be illegal. She should be able to sue the farkers into bankruptcy in a fair world.

But, since this is the daily fail, I understand the possibility that she was sentenced to five years and only served 7 days.
 
2014-01-27 09:42:37 PM
It sounds like it was her destiny to be farked over by the system.  What are the odds that once released and properly compensated for this outrage, she's gonna go out and find a new source of drugs?
 
2014-01-27 10:18:06 PM

Dahnkster: Well, color me surprised. It is a private corporately owned jail.

Clark County Jail Holding Corp

Most of Indiana's juvenile detention centers are privately owned as well.

America, locking up more of it's citizens than any other country in the world for profit!
Corporations are buying your legislators and courts and locking up your friends and family.


easy enough
the judge spends 5 months in jail
TADA
problem solved
 
2014-01-27 11:00:28 PM
blond
 
2014-01-27 11:00:41 PM
According to the article she has an attorney and, from reading between the lines, he was on the case from the first sentencing.  Why the fark didn't she call him on day 3??
 
2014-01-27 11:03:09 PM

Dahnkster: Well, color me surprised. It is a private corporately owned jail.

Clark County Jail Holding Corp

Most of Indiana's juvenile detention centers are privately owned as well.

America, locking up more of it's citizens than any other country in the world for profit!
Corporations are buying your legislators and courts and locking up your friends and family.


Yeah, I normally think this is LieBrul BS but if it walks like a duck.

And the thing is: It's STILL your tax dollars being spent on crap like this, but Free Market Fundamentalists don't see it that way.
 
2014-01-27 11:03:41 PM
Crazy looking bottle blonde, I'm guessing meth.
 
2014-01-27 11:04:14 PM

Prey4reign: It sounds like it was her destiny to be farked over by the system.  What are the odds that once released and properly compensated for this outrage, she's gonna go out and find a new source of drugs?

 
2014-01-27 11:04:24 PM

Prey4reign: It sounds like it was her destiny to be farked over by the system.  What are the odds that once released and properly compensated for this outrage, she's gonna go out and find a new source of drugs?


Preemptive jailing? Good thinking. Can we just fine all the recently graduated MBA's headed to Wall Street now?
 
2014-01-27 11:05:47 PM
'Destiny', huh? Did the article say what she did for a living? 'Cos if it did, I missed it, but have a pretty good idea.

//hint: it involves poles
///absent-minded judges suck
 
2014-01-27 11:07:27 PM
Sounds like she and her lawyer knew about the mistake and were thinking that if she just stayed in jail she'd have a very good chance of a windfall when she got released. They're probably right.
 
2014-01-27 11:07:46 PM

neongoats: Crazy looking bottle blonde, I'm guessing meth.


I was gonna go with booze, but meth could work too.
 
2014-01-27 11:09:27 PM

Anderson's Pooper: According to the article she has an attorney and, from reading between the lines, he was on the case from the first sentencing.  Why the fark didn't she call him on day 3??


Everyone one in jail is innocent.
 
2014-01-27 11:10:18 PM
Shouldn't her jail orders include the length of stay?
 
2014-01-27 11:13:14 PM

netizencain: Dinki: It is unclear why Ms Hoffman did not let prison officials know that she was being held for an undue length of time.


If it was me I'd be sitting in my cell calculating the amount of money I'd be getting from the county for each day I stayed in prison.

3 hots and a cot, plus lawsuit money.  Sounds like win/win.  If it wasn't for prison rape, I may enjoy jail


Don't lie netizencain you enjoy jail BECAUSE of prison rape.
 
2014-01-27 11:13:21 PM

wildcardjack: Shouldn't her jail orders include the length of stay?


well...its a privately owned jail.  they aren't exactly motivated to let people out, since they lose money when they don't fill up the jail cells.
 
2014-01-27 11:14:17 PM

whither_apophis: If inmates didn't tell the guards when their sentence was up, how would the guards know when to release the inmates?


Crucifixion or freedom?
 
2014-01-27 11:15:31 PM
In other news, UK tabloids find the USA to be a great source of entertainment.

Glad to be of service, You Majesty.
 
2014-01-27 11:17:20 PM
OH GOD I DON'T BELONG HERE! LEMME OUT!
 
2014-01-27 11:17:30 PM
i.imgur.com
picture of the judge?
 
2014-01-27 11:18:25 PM

whither_apophis: dj_bigbird: Dinki: It is unclear why Ms Hoffman did not let prison officials know that she was being held for an undue length of time.


Because she's a prisoner, and they always lie. And, I wonder if this jail is run by CCA....

If inmates didn't tell the guards when their sentence was up, how would the guards know when to release the inmates?


I'm Not Sure.
 
2014-01-27 11:19:49 PM

netizencain: Dinki: It is unclear why Ms Hoffman did not let prison officials know that she was being held for an undue length of time.

If it was me I'd be sitting in my cell calculating the amount of money I'd be getting from the county for each day I stayed in prison.

3 hots and a cot, plus lawsuit money.  Sounds like win/win.  If it wasn't for prison rape, I may enjoy jail


www.trbimg.com
 
2014-01-27 11:22:57 PM
1. Two people have been on unpaid leave. Hope they get fired.
2. I think that the biggest problem here is the remanding of her in jail without a lawyer
3. I am seeing posts saying its a private prison. Can someone confirm this?
 
2014-01-27 11:24:11 PM
So, the taxpayers got to pay around $25k to keep her in jail five extra months, and now they get to pay to compensate her for it. And the judge just keeps getting a paycheck and golfing four times a week. Ah, America.
 
2014-01-27 11:24:27 PM

oovah: ummm - only hot in a burnt out methy possibly diseased kind of way. Definitely a poor.

Hot Blonde in a richer trust fund kinda way.

[i.imgur.com image 434x434]


You used your trust fund to buy a realdoll?
 
2014-01-27 11:26:57 PM

untaken_name: So, the taxpayers got to pay around $25k to keep her in jail five extra months, and now they get to pay to compensate her for it. And the judge just keeps getting a paycheck and golfing four times a week. Ah, America.


Paying for incompetence isnt just an American phenomenon.
 
2014-01-27 11:27:37 PM
You used your trust fund to buy a realdoll?

Only a lease, probably get 5 to 10 years out of this one then trade in for a new model. Why buy?
 
2014-01-27 11:28:45 PM

dr_blasto: Privatizing the prison/corrections shiat should be illegal. She should be able to sue the farkers into bankruptcy in a fair world.

But, since this is the daily fail, I understand the possibility that she was sentenced to five years and only served 7 days.


I agree that private prisons, or more-so for-profit prisons should be illegal. But I didn't see anything in the article stating it was one.

Though I am a little curious if it was, will the state be paying for her extended stay or playing the was-only-suppose-to-be-two-days card?
 
2014-01-27 11:28:45 PM

Dahnkster: Well, color me surprised. It is a private corporately owned jail.

Clark County Jail Holding Corp

Most of Indiana's juvenile detention centers are privately owned as well.

America, locking up more of it's citizens than any other country in the world for profit!
Corporations are buying your legislators and courts and locking up your friends and family.


As much as I hate private jail/work houses/prisons, (see slashies) this was entirely the judges fault.

First, the judge sent the women to jail without a hearing or the appointment of legal counsel.  That is a clear violation of the her constitutional right to due process and right to counsel.

Then, the judge failed to note when the woman was supposed to be released, or in the alternative set a review date.  The facility had no authority to release the women when she was ordered held 'until further order of the court'.

This judge be removed from the bench.

/I had client in a private workhouse facility, with AIDS, who was not provided her AIDS medication. (no suit filed, client decease)
//I had a pregnant client, in a private workhouse facility, loose her unborn child when they didn't transport her to the e-room, until hours later, despite being told to immediately transport her by their own medical staff.  (civil suit pending)
///I have had a client, in a private workhouse facility, placed in solitary confinement when he refused to beat up other inmates. (civil suit settled)
 
2014-01-27 11:29:17 PM
Bonus: She's a hot blonde

. . . and not very assertive.
 
2014-01-27 11:30:02 PM
Destiny!  She be strippin'!
 
2014-01-27 11:30:35 PM

Dahnkster: Well, color me surprised. It is a private corporately owned jail.

Clark County Jail Holding Corp

Most of Indiana's juvenile detention centers are privately owned as well.

America, locking up more of it's citizens than any other country in the world for profit!
Corporations are buying your legislators and courts and locking up your friends and family.


What do the jail operators have to do with the fact that the judge didn't follow up on his original order?  Or that she didn't contact her attorney when it was time for her to be released and she was kept inside?
 
2014-01-27 11:31:33 PM
It's disturbing that we have privately run prisons, and these farkers have lobbyists for stricter laws.    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2011/06/23/251363/cca-geogroup-priso n -industry/  One of the most shameful things we allow to happen here.
 
2014-01-27 11:31:40 PM

Lucky LaRue: Well, she's a blonde


Period!
 
2014-01-27 11:31:41 PM
How long before "Destiny" is back stripping or being a hooker?
 
2014-01-27 11:31:45 PM

Cataholic: Dahnkster: Well, color me surprised. It is a private corporately owned jail.

Clark County Jail Holding Corp

Most of Indiana's juvenile detention centers are privately owned as well.

America, locking up more of it's citizens than any other country in the world for profit!
Corporations are buying your legislators and courts and locking up your friends and family.

What do the jail operators have to do with the fact that the judge didn't follow up on his original order?  Or that she didn't contact her attorney when it was time for her to be released and she was kept inside?


She wasnt given an attorney.

She was sent back to jail without one.
 
2014-01-27 11:31:51 PM
That's when you go meet the judge after work with a baseball bat, and even out the time served.

/5 good swings, one for each month.
 
2014-01-27 11:32:09 PM

JeffreyScott: Dahnkster: Well, color me surprised. It is a private corporately owned jail.

Clark County Jail Holding Corp

Most of Indiana's juvenile detention centers are privately owned as well.

America, locking up more of it's citizens than any other country in the world for profit!
Corporations are buying your legislators and courts and locking up your friends and family.

As much as I hate private jail/work houses/prisons, (see slashies) this was entirely the judges fault.

First, the judge sent the women to jail without a hearing or the appointment of legal counsel.  That is a clear violation of the her constitutional right to due process and right to counsel.

Then, the judge failed to note when the woman was supposed to be released, or in the alternative set a review date.  The facility had no authority to release the women when she was ordered held 'until further order of the court'.

This judge be removed from the bench.

/I had client in a private workhouse facility, with AIDS, who was not provided her AIDS medication. (no suit filed, client decease)
//I had a pregnant client, in a private workhouse facility, loose her unborn child when they didn't transport her to the e-room, until hours later, despite being told to immediately transport her by their own medical staff.  (civil suit pending)
///I have had a client, in a private workhouse facility, placed in solitary confinement when he refused to beat up other inmates. (civil suit settled)


Your jib, I like the cut of it.
 
2014-01-27 11:32:23 PM

Tymast: It's disturbing that we have privately run prisons, and these farkers have lobbyists for stricter laws.    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2011/06/23/251363/cca-geogroup-priso n -industry/  One of the most shameful things we allow to happen here.


What does private prisons have to do with this?
 
2014-01-27 11:33:19 PM

JeffreyScott: I had client in a private workhouse facility


Well, I guess now I know how to respond when someone says "are there no workhouses?"
 
2014-01-27 11:34:31 PM

untaken_name: So, the taxpayers got to pay around $25k to keep her in jail five extra months, and now they get to pay to compensate her for it. And the judge just keeps getting a paycheck and golfing four times a week. Ah, America.


Sucks, doesn't it?

Not being snarky. Really. It sucks.
 
2014-01-27 11:40:37 PM
Ok, it's a private jail.  Is it a private judge too?
 
2014-01-27 11:41:54 PM

Saturn5: Ok, it's a private jail.  Is it a private judge too?


No it isnt
 
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