South Carolina Judge Sentences Drunk Driver to Bible Study
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- 2012 Jul 03
The Christian Post reports that a judge in South Carolina decided to sentence a drunk driver to more than just eight years in prison, adding that the convicted person must also do a Bible study. Circuit court judge Michael Nettles of Rock Hill has included in his sentencing of Cassandra Tolley the assignment of reading through the Book of Job and then writing a summary on the Old Testament scripture. According to local media, Tolley's lawyer has explained that the defendant was thankful for the biblical sentence and had already started working on the assignment. Read more on ChristianPost.com.