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  • Keith Foster attorney calls drug conviction a tragedy

    E. Marshall Hodgkins, Foster’s lawyer, called the result “a tragedy.” He said Foster was offered a plea deal of four years in prison during the trial, but turned it down.

E. Marshall Hodgkins, Foster’s lawyer, called the result “a tragedy.” He said Foster was offered a plea deal of four years in prison during the trial, but turned it down. John Walker The Fresno Bee
E. Marshall Hodgkins, Foster’s lawyer, called the result “a tragedy.” He said Foster was offered a plea deal of four years in prison during the trial, but turned it down. John Walker The Fresno Bee

Keith Foster’s nephew wanted 15-20 months in prison on gun charges. Judge doubled it.

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