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Acting on a request by the ...
Acting on a request by the defense, Yakima County Superior Court Judge James Lust approved a drug offender sentencing alternative (or DOSA) and split Jerred's 25 1/2 -month prison sentence in half.
Under the terms of the sentence, Jerred got 12 3/4 months in jail or prison and 12 3/4 months on probation, where he would be required to undergo drug treatment.
agreed that Duncan's actions had deeply hurt his
family, but he
had no alternative but to give Duncan the maximum sentence of more than 96 years in prison.
Duncan, 21, was found guilty by jurors in March of six counts of first-degree assault and one count of illegally possessing a firearm due to prior felony convictions.
The appeals court ruling reverses a ...
The appeals court ruling reverses a June 2010 decision by now retired Superior Court Judge James Lust that affirmed the eviction, which M.A. West Rockies appealed two months later.
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After three days of deliberations, jurors told Yakima County Superior Court Judge James C. Lust they were unable to reach a verdict in the much-delayed trial.
After three days of deliberations, Washington jurors told Yakima County Superior Court Judge James Lust they were unable to reach a verdict.
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While remarking that "These are not the most intelligent witnesses in the world we're dealing with here," Yakima County Superior Court Judge Jim Lust declined to declare a mistrial, the fourth and fifth time defense attorney Rick Smith has asked for one.
refused after having the court reporter read back the detective's testimony.The detective was referring to evidence gathering in the Morgan case involving a state patrol forensic unit that coincidentally is based in Lacey.