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An early release?

Mays' attorney says he will petition for review of case

June 15, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — An attorney representing Trent Mays, 17, of Bloomingdale said Friday he will petition a juvenile judge to release Mays early from state custody if Mays successfully completes a......

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warriors

Jun-15-13 2:07 AM

That no good cocky piece so S_ _ T needs put in his place!! Karma will get that punk, along with his sidekick. No one knows when, but I believe it'll happen. That piece of trash needs to rot inside of an adult prison for life!! It's the joke of a justice system that allows trashy criminals to be released and placed back into society, so that another innocent person can become victim to these scumbags. The system needs a serious overhaul. How many more victims will become prey to serious felons before the laws will finally be changed? Hundreds/thousands?!

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TomSays

Jun-15-13 6:20 AM

These judges just don't get it. Rape is rape, and this scumbag does not deserve any breaks at all. He should have been classified as a Tier I sex offender and should be in prison not the juvenile facility for a good long stay. The special treatment the rapist Steubenville football players have received is unbelievable. He's pond scum and will do it again if given a chance.

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colkrause

Jun-15-13 9:35 AM

These young men made a major mistakes; fueled by adults not doing their jobs.

Young Mays got a pretty stiff ruling at level 2.

I want to see the adults involved get some consequences that match this ruling.

Without booze; without permission to host a booze party, some of this would not have happened.

AND, with proper supervision or guidance during and after; this would not have been blown so far out there.

Many many are guilty here; waiting to see who is going to pay the piper.

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colkrause

Jun-15-13 9:36 AM

I now wonder with the continuance, will the other young man begin working the system for a lesser ruling.

Will he become more remorseful in a hurry?

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colkrause

Jun-15-13 9:37 AM

One more comments.....wonder when the civil suits will begin?

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JetRink

Jun-15-13 11:42 AM

Don't do the crime if you can't do the time. He needs to do his time. No do overs.

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maverick

Jun-15-13 1:44 PM

DID i MISS SOMETHING. ITHOUGHT THE GRAND JURY WAS CONVENED TO SEE IF OTHER PEOPLE WERE GUILTY OF SOMETHING. wHY ARE THEY DISCUSSING PENALTY ASSOCIATED WITH THE CONVICTION SHOULDN'T THAT BE FOR AN APPEALS COURT AND NOT FOR A GRAND JURY. AM i WRONG ABBOUT THE PURPOSE OF THE GRAND JURY?

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colkrause

Jun-16-13 6:25 PM

Mav, where are you seeing this stuff. I laso believe the GJ is convened to see if there are other guilty people.

Aren't there? Someone is guilty of supplying. Someone is guilty of not reporting. Someone is guity of contributing to delinquency.

Whats your point?

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