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    Ha, that's a very fitting punishment. Wish more judges thought this way...

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    I think this is a great punishment, fitting for what he did. The only thing missing is if he is also banned from hunting in other states. The story does not say if Texas is part of the western state combine that participates in shared sentences for game convictions.
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    How long is season there, pretty long if it is like where my friend is from? In MN it would be 4-6 days/yr only for forearms. If it is all of archery season or they have a very long firearms season that's a lot of days!!! Good sentance.

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    We do need more judges like him. They should make him wear an orange vest cleaning up trash during that time stating in big letters I'm a poacher during hunting season.

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    I hope judges and district attorneys use this sentence for others!

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    Nice....I just wish they would get some sort of national conviction rule

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    $18,048.10???
    I would have paid $18,048.11!


    he still got off easier then he would had I been the judge
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    I?d say that?s justice. Way better than just taking the license away. Judge must be a hunter too


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    Yes they are part of the compact and the hunting season opens in Nov. and goes until early Jan. unless properties are enrolled in managed lands program.
    Great sentence for a poacher!!!

 

 
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