Mississippi man sentenced to 12 years in prison after asking jail guard to charge cellphone

Source: NBC News - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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61% Conservative


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Sentiments

97% "It is a felony offense with a sentence of 3 to 15 years, according to the court document.""
90% "The judge told Nash to consider himself lucky because given his past burglary convictions he could have received the maximum 15-year sentence, according to ..."
88% "The phone was confiscated, and the man was slapped with a 12-year prison sentence for possessing a phone in a correctional facility.""
83% "A Mississippi man being held at a county jail on a misdemeanor charge asked a guard to charge his cellphone.""
66% "@tatereeves pls consider commuting the sentence of #WillieNash.""


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97% : It is a felony offense with a sentence of 3 to 15 years, according to the court document.
90% : The judge told Nash to consider himself lucky because given his past burglary convictions he could have received the maximum 15-year sentence, according to a court document.
88% : The phone was confiscated, and the man was slapped with a 12-year prison sentence for possessing a phone in a correctional facility.
83% : A Mississippi man being held at a county jail on a misdemeanor charge asked a guard to charge his cellphone.
66% : @tatereeves pls consider commuting the sentence of #WillieNash.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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