However, he is still far better off than his supplier, Sean D.
McGilvery (right) who is looking at a 10 to 11 year prison term for the
Distribution has always brought greater time than possession, but the
sharp disconnect in the treatment of the judge as opposed to the dealer
raises obvious concerns. Judge Joe Billy McDade will have to finalize
the sentences and has asked for the U.S. Probation Office to prepare a supplemental presentence investigation report on former St. Clair County Circuit Judge Michael Cook. That might allow
for an upward departure for the former jurist. After all, Cook was a
judge who handled the cases of other citizens while he engaged in the
same criminal conduct.
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