Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Former Judge should serve sentence
It could take up to one month for the parole board in Tennessee to decide whether or not a former Hawkins county judge will serve his full prison sentence. The parole officer reccommended that 41-year-old James Franklin Taylor not only serve his full sentence but that he be denied the opportunty of an further parole hearings. Taylor has been incarcerated since May 2012 after pleading guilty to six counts of felony theft...then pled guilty at a later date to six more counts of felony theft. Taylor was sentenced to four years in prison for the twelve counts. (CC)

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