Defense 'ecstatic' over ruling; Charlton still faces lesser charges
I think this is fair. He didn't know there was a bullet in the gun. I think
his punishment has already been given to him. He lost his brother to an
I agree with Rob. Mistakes were made, but he is obviously remorseful and will
live for the rest of his life with a lot of guilt and grief. I hope he learns
something and can find some degree of peace.
I disagree with the judge. Guns should ALWAYS be treated as if they are
loaded, ESPECIALLY if you have not verified otherwise.To behave
otherwise is purposeful endangerment.
Sometimes our own self inflicted punishment is sufficient.