A person convicted of manslaughter (either degree) cannot be given a sentence of probation. Manslaughter in the second degree is a violent class C felony and carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 3-1/2 years in prison. Manslaughter in the first degree (which is what the defendant is guilty of) is a violent class B felony and carries a mandatory minimum sentence of five years in prison. The only violent felony class that can get probation as a sentence are class E felonies and the only homicide charge that is a violent class E felony is criminally negligent homicide, which clearly does not apply in this case. See more
Detective, I don't need to force women to have sex with me.
Oh, so you expect us to believe that Vanessa liked being half-naked, down on her knees in a dirty alley?
Yeah, she grew to like it. Once you stripped away that schoolgirl exterior, underneath lay a very adventurous woman.