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Why not go MADD after the family who took the NFL player $ $ and you can make a slap on the wrist for DUI?

I do not understand why MADD is not going after the family. As someone who has committed MADD CFA know a lot of controversial things, which is the limit even harassment and invasion of privacy as criminals shooting outside their homes and workplaces. In addition, Florida, like most states, the author of the murder of DUI / DWI Homicide / Vehicular Homicide must go through the family. Why bother MADD family who took at least several million stars in the NFL again Donte Stallworth only have to serve 30 days in jail? In fact, they need only 25 now, because the judge has struck out five days he has served his arrest, time served. The family must pass though, as a law in every state. If the DA wants to give 30 days or 30 years, you have to know the family, which legally must say goodbye it. They could have been avoided. The prosecutor can not do it unless it was OK

I can not blame the family for the choices they made. If Stallworth goes to jail their father or husband is dead and yet remain poor and do not feel useless. However, take millions of Stallworth, lost his license for life (if was taken for life) provides hours of community service (which is better than doing nothing in jail), and given up 2 years of residence. Both end situations with the husband is dead yet. One ends with the family to feel comfortable. As for being rich and down, nobody in the world would do exactly the same if they had money. Or if I were you, would you have called the death penalty?

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