O'Donnell cites health problems in plea to avoid halfway house

, The National Law Journal


Trial attorney Pierce O'Donnell has asked a federal judge to change his prison sentence so that he can serve three months at his Santa Barbara, Calif., home, rather than at a halfway house.

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  • Darren McKinney

    Why was the lying parasite allowed to have elective hip surgery while serving his sentence in the first place? We're not talking about life and death open-heart surgery. Hips, knees, nose jobs and all other non-emergency procedures that can wait until one's sentence is over should wait until one's sentence is over.

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