Leniency for Regina

Regina Evans plead guilty and accepted responsibility for mishandling funds from a government grant. She has been incarcerated for nine months now awaiting sentencing on December 9, 2013, and she is in poor physical health. She has been a pillar in the community; a devout and active member of her church; a dedicated and well-respected police officer; a loving mother and a cherished friend; and she has never once been in trouble in her entire life prior to this incident. I couldn't list all the good things she's done in her life because this petition is limited to 1,000 words. I pray the court will temper justice with mercy on December 9th and exercise its discretionary authority by imposing a sentence of time served and releasing Regina to be home with her loved ones. She poses no threat to society and I think she's suffered enough. Please show your support in this matter by signing the petition below.

Discussion

  • Rivers Donald You are right Gregory Young. Perhaps she was misappropriated and entrapped by ugly government. Release Ms. Evans.

  • Tonia Brown She should have never been locked up in the beginning...Lock up some real criminals

  • Lillian Wallace Regina has accepted fault, I know Regina and she has a kind heart and used poor judgment. Regina has helped many people. Regina's son misses her immensely, he is suffering, please give him the opportunity to be with his mother soon.

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    Nikisa

    1 month ago Comments: I know her personally and she has BIG heart, a servant at all times is how I would describe her. Release her so she can continue to serve!!!!
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    Bartell Keithley

    5 months ago Comments: Enough! Release Regina, I know this person's character and I have had the privilege to work with her. Regina is a risk to no one. Her debt to society has been more than paid.
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    zackery caufield

    7 months ago Comments: God will keep you strong!!!
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