10-year old Kaden, left, knows his father, David Jennings, might have to return to jail to serve three months due to a mistake made by the state, having already served 10 years. Despite having served nearly his entire prison term, David Jennings is being ordered back to jail for three additional months due to the state’s error in calculating his sentence. Jennings had been narrowing in on starting his own business. Now, those monies may go toward his legal bills.
10-year old Kaden, left, knows his father, David Jennings, might have to return to jail to serve three months due to a mistake made by the state, having already served 10 years. Despite having served nearly his entire prison term, David Jennings is being ordered back to jail for three additional months due to the state’s error in calculating his sentence. Jennings had been narrowing in on starting his own business. Now, those monies may go toward his legal bills. Dean Rutz The Seattle Times
10-year old Kaden, left, knows his father, David Jennings, might have to return to jail to serve three months due to a mistake made by the state, having already served 10 years. Despite having served nearly his entire prison term, David Jennings is being ordered back to jail for three additional months due to the state’s error in calculating his sentence. Jennings had been narrowing in on starting his own business. Now, those monies may go toward his legal bills. Dean Rutz The Seattle Times

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