Your Turn: Your Feedback On Trimm, Hallett Case & Curfew


Dustin Trimm will spend between 25 and 32 years in prison after admitting in St. Lawrence County Court to killing Jason Wing by shooting him "twice in the chest and once in the head." Originally charged with murder, Trimm accepted a plea bargain:


I am offended and outraged by this plea bargain.  The DA can spin this all she wants to. The taxpayers of St. Lawrence County are not being protected against crime as evidenced by the plea bargains being offered.

Kathleen Casey
from email

The sentence should have been a life sentence. Who won?  Dustin Trimm did.

Sue Mackey
from email

Am I the only one who thinks that plea bargains should be illegal?

David Ackley
from Facebook

Oneida County's district attorney has been called in as special prosecutor in the case of Jefferson County sheriff's deputy Adam Hallett in an effort to avoid any potential conflict of interest:


About time. Now let's see justice for ALL.

Sherry Fowler
from Facebook

He is to be considered innocent until proven guilty - and with a neutral judge, this should happen.

Jane Ferjet
from email

For the first time in more than 20 years, a curfew will be in effect in Massena beginning Wedesday. Kids 15 and younger need to be off the streets between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.:


Again, the states and cities doing what the parents should be doing!  Are our parents too lazy to raise their children right or has DSS neutered our parents' ability to parent?

Jerry Rubado
from Facebook

They will do what they want, curfew or not.

Bonnie L. Martin
from Facebook

Seems like a good idea for people who don't actually watch their children!

Kathy Manning
from Facebook

Saturday, December 3, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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