Roland Scribner, 41, a habitual offender of motor vehicle laws, yesterday convin
Roland Scribner, 41, a habitual offender of motor vehicle laws, yesterday convinced Justice Stephen L. Perkins to give him a longer sentence than he would normally have received. Scribner, who has a variety of physical problems, including bad teeth, wanted the longer sentence so that he would be sent to a state prison facility where he could get his teeth fixed. The prosecuting attorney, Megan Elam, does not believe a defendant should be able to use the criminal justice system to obtain such care at taxpayers expense.
Sentences (Criminal procedure), Scribner, Roland
"Roland Scribner, 41, a habitual offender of motor vehicle laws, yesterday convin" (1993). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 10218.
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