Judge throws book at dairy farmer

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An Oregon judge has imposed the maximum sentence possible for a dairy farmer who pled guilty to several sex-abuse charges.

Dale Joseph Evers was sentenced to four years in prison with no chance of early release, according to The Oregonian.

In August, a jury found him guilty of furnishing alcohol to minors. And, he was found not guilty of six counts of sex abuse. However, the jury couldn’t reach a verdict on several other sex-abuse charges. Read this story from last August.

He was to be re-tried on the remaining undecided sex-abuse counts, but ended up entering a plea deal instead. Read more.

Source: The Oregonian



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