His lawyers say ‘no’, but that’s what lawyers are for.
:rolleyes: Does potentially losing a job, having fines/restitution to pay, being criminally charged in another case and/or having a family to support ever stop a poor person from being sent to jail? :dubious:
While I’m both grateful and impressed by his cooperation, IMO the magnitude of what he enabled deserves jail time. I’m not sure that can be the basis for his sentencing, tho, and I have no idea what potential sentence(s) he could be facing, let alone a solid idea of what I think would be appropriate. I just don’t feel he should avoid prison altogether.