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>Attorneys for Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes want the years he served as the organization’s leader to count toward his potential 25-year prison sentence, arguing the “entirely volunteer” organization’s history of public service goes “above and beyond” what would be considered “good community works” that are typically weighed in federal sentencing guidelines.
That’s not how this works! You used to be a lawyer, you’re supposed to know this!
Oh right, you [used to be](https://www.ktvh.com/oath-keeper-leader-disbarred-by-montana-supreme-court) a lawyer.
I’d need medical help if I rolled my eyes any harder after reading this.
This is like giving SS officers credit their service in deciding war crimes.
I will say it is creative and takes stones. What saddens me is I am not 100% sure that he wouldn’t get the credit depending on the judge.
Who are these lawyers? Beyond dumb.
“public service”. LOL
That’s a bold strategy cotton. Let’s see if it pays off.
Bwahaha…. Oh, you’re serious
To be fair, every time I’ve been to a running club, I’d rather have been in prison