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Montco DA Objects To Kathleen Kane’s Request For House Arrest

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) —  Prosecutors are asking a Montgomery County judge to deny disgraced Attorney General Kathleen’s request for house-arrest when she is sentenced later this month.

Prosecutors say Kathleen Kane is not eligible for house arrest because, in Montgomery County, it is only offered to a defendant who would go to county prison, not state prison.

It also disputes Kane’s claim she is primary caregiver to her children, pointing to a pre-sentencing investigation in which Kane said she has 50/50 custody of her children with her ex-husband.

The motion also said house arrest is only a consideration to someone dealing with a serious medical condition.

Kane’s lawyer said she is a candidate for house arrest as she’s a non-violent offender, with no prior record, a low risk to commit another crime.

Kane was convicted on two felony perjury counts and seven misdemeanors in August. She will be sentenced on October 24th.

Her maximum sentence is 14-28 years in prison.

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  1. Hank Maglio says:

    is she still using tax payers money for all these lawyers,,,court costs,,,,,and why aren’t other criminals granted house arrest,,,,is that legal,,,,or is it the corrupt politicians,,,,since for a DUI,,,you have no rights,,,,your guilty,,,,you get a lawyer,,,,,and are still guilty,,,,have to pay at least 10,000.00 fines,,,,community service,,,,or could be 20,000.00 fines and a year , or years in prison,,,,is that the demos taking away freedom again,,,,,with obama care,,,,,the people who don’t want insurance are paying fines every month since 2008,,,,,is that the demos,,,taking freedom away from the citizens,,,,,did any of those people get house arrest…did they have their freedom taking away,,,,,

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