3.21.2012

Burglary Verdict



After a jury's verdict of guilt, Judge Fostel sentenced the James R. Biegler, Jr. , 33, to eleven years in prison. The range was 2 to 20. (Despite no one suggesting it, he was eligible for probation.) Restitution was ordered.  From what I gather, that was a longer sentence than a co-defendant received.

Biegler testified during the punishment phase and said he didn't do the crime for money. "I had a job at the time and was making $3,000 to $3,500 a month easy."

Edit: What the table in the jury room looked like after the guilty verdict:
"Full Throttle: When You Need That Extra Energy To Convict."

15 comments:

NLP said...

GOOD. Who steals someone's laundry anyway? Enjoy the big house, buddy!

Anonymous said...

The remainder of his statement must have been "I'm just a dumba**"

Anonymous said...

No mercy to those who steal. If more crooks received that type of sentence, burglaries would go down.

Anonymous said...

I hope sum big Buck 'burgularizes his anus while in the big house

Anonymous said...

Now we will pay for his laundry. Next time just shoot.

Anonymous said...

It's all because of whose house he hit. If it was an average Joe, he would have got half the sentence

Anonymous said...

What house did he rob?

Anonymous said...

I know the family whose house "they hit". They are a sweet couple who worked very hard for what they have! They also have two young boys to raise. (and they raise them to work for what they get, not to steal it!) That family was in the process of moving in to a home they waited years to build, only to come home to find nothing! They felt so violated! And those poor boys of theirs were devastated! The courts have to set an example for those who work hard for what they have and try to teach their children right from wrong, by handing down stiff punishments to those who steal and drag their kids along to witness their criminal acts! Chances are likely the crook's offspring will turn out just like the parents if the justice system does not intervene.

Anonymous said...

Whose house did he rob?

Anonymous said...

Who cares whose house they burglarized! Hang the thievin' b#@$%rds!

Anonymous said...

11:45...you nailed it! They work hard for what they have! No right for someone to come in and take your stuff even if you are the President or an average joe.

10:01pm....Grow up, quit being jealous of other people.

CT said...

Now I am curious..whose house got hit?

Anonymous said...

The same time he was indicted for this crime there was an April Marie Biegler indicted for tampering. Anybody know how to find out what happened to her case? Just curious.

Anonymous said...

April Marie Biegler was given probation. April had nothing to do with the burglary. She removed stolen items from her home when her husband called her and told her to do so.

Anonymous said...

Why was the owners name of home not stated...must be some high class ass people.