d in July 2010 and charged with trafficking in oxycodone. The charges carried a 25 year mandatory sentence. Starr pleaded guilty and, according to the applicable statute, sentencing cannot be deferred or delayed. Despite this statutory mandate, Starr's sentencing was continued more than 20 times! Even the the State Attorney's Office represented to the Court and the jury in the State vs. Gonzalez trial that Starr had not received any promise of leniency for his cooperation, the Assistant State Attorney Christine Brown waived the minimum mandatory sentence and agreed to permit Starr to be released from the trafficking charge for essentially a "time served" sentence.
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