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The guys talk about Donte Stallworth, the ex-wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns. He plead guilty to DUI manslaughter for a drunk driving incident in Florida where he hit and killed a pedestrian. The twist of it is his sentence: 30 days in jail, lifetime driver’s license suspension, 1,000 hours of community service, 2 years of house arrest, 8 years of probation – all of this instead of 15 years in prison, which he would have gotten. Why did he get the light sentence? He reached a “financial settlement” with the family of the victim. Is there any amount of money that you would take from someone who, through their negligence, killed someone close to you, that would lead you to ask the prosecutor/district attorney to go easy on the person?