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Schenectady man says jail sentence too long

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A city man is challenging the length of his sentence on drunken-driving and drug convictions, saying he should be released in October, not in January, as currently scheduled. The issue with the sentence, according to the attorney for Fred D. Clark, 41, comes down to how much credit he should get for jail time he served while waiting to be sentenced. The difference between the two calculations is 78 days, and boils down to whether ...


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