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Jail not sought in Llenroc case

Prosecutors seek house arrest, probation for George

The Llenroc mansion in Rexford.
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The Llenroc mansion in Rexford.
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The woman convicted of harboring an illegal immigrant at the iconic Llenroc mansion in Rexford may end up with no jail time, as prosecutors in the case are now officially recommending a combination of probation and house arrest. Federal prosecutors filed their sentencing memorandum last week, ahead of Annie George’s scheduled July 9 appearance, recommending that George be sentenced to a total of eight months of home detention and 200 hours of community service. They ...

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tonijean613
June 24, 2013
7:47 a.m.

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This is a perfect example of how the rich are treated differently than the poor in this country- if you are rich, or work on Wall St , or are a politician or government worker like police, you most likely will never get any meaningful jail time -its a disgrace. House arrest in your own mansion? thats a reward.

ddecker
June 24, 2013
4:17 p.m.

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give me one good reason as to why this person shouldn't go to jail?

lakegeo
June 24, 2013
4:34 p.m.

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What happened to her manison in Menands??? Does she still owe that as well?

willseyse
June 25, 2013
9:01 p.m.

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This adds new meaning to doing time in the "big house".

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