Originally Posted by Raider9175
I don't understand your point John. He did what I said he did and thats what the charges are for committing that in that state.
Immediately following his arrest, McClain waived arraignment and his lawyer entered a not guilty plea. Since then, his trial has been set for May 17. The charges are third-degree assault, menacing, reckless endangerment, and discharging a firearm in the city limits.
Surprisingly, all the charges are misdemeanors in the state of Alabama. He is extremely lucky in that regard especially when you consider Plaxico Burress received two years in prison for shooting himself in the leg in a New York nightclu
What he did, and what he got were two different things. I understand what you're saying, but understand that what he was charged with was nothing compared to what he could have been charged with. Doesn't mean that in Alabama you just go around shooting people in the head.