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  2. http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/woman-in-smiling-mugshot-sentenced-to-11-years-for-dui-manslaughter

    OCALA, Fla. (FOX 13) – It was the mugshot that made national headlines; a drunk driver smiling for the camera after crashing and killing a Sarasota woman. Thursday, she learned her fate.

    Facing a minimum of four years in prison, Judge Steven Rogers sentenced Agenette (Welk) Missett to 11 years for the death of 60-year-old Sandra Clarkston.

    Clarkston died last May in the hospital in Ocala a few weeks after Missett slammed into her at a stop light, pushing her car into the back of a horse trailer

    Troopers say Missett’s blood alcohol content was more than twice the legal limit.

    Clarkston’s family still has her smashed up car. They towed it to the courthouse Thursday for Missett’s sentencing.

    Missett pleaded no contest to manslaughter then apologized to the family, including Clarkston’s fraternal twin brother, Daniel Clarkston, and Sandra’s daughter.

    “I am truly, truly sorry and if I could change spots with your mother I would in a heartbeat. I am sorry. I am sorry. I am truly, truly sorry,” Missett said before she was sentenced.

    In a victim statement, Clarkston’s daughter told the court about the real consequences of Welk’s actions.

    “I lost my only remaining parent because of the defendant’s selfish and conscious decision to drink and drive,” Clarkston’s daughter, Keonna Sciacca said in court.

    A day before the sentencing, Clarkston’s twin brother, Daniel said he is ready to look toward the future.

    “Whatever sentence he imposes on her, I’m OK with,” Clarkston said. “I’m not going to be vindictive about it because it’s not going to bring her back. I’m fighting for my sister, my twin. She deserves it.”

    While Thursday’s sentencing brought some closure to the Clarkston family, they say their fight isn’t over. They plan to donate the smashed remains of the car hit by Missett to a high school in an effort to warn kids of the dangers of drinking and driving.

    The family hopes to meet with Governor DeSantis to talk about tougher DUI laws.

  3. I once nearly hit someone while drunk driving with a group of friends, and it absolutely wrecked my conscience. Nothing happened, but the idea of “what if” tore me apart. It still bothers me to sit alone and think about it. Months later another close friend died drunk driving and seriously injured a passenger. It has been too much, I cut ties with the entire group of friends as they show no desire to change. I’d like to think that most people would feel this deeply about these experiences, but reality seems to prove otherwise. 11 years is a long time, I would expect more.

  4. Not defending drunk driving here, but the woman is simply smiling in a mug shot. She was drunk, and clearly didn’t know the consequences of her actions at the time. It’s pretty fucked up to juxtapose the photos like she was flippantly smiling about killing a woman until she found out about her own fate, I don’t think that’s the case.

  5. Great how she only gets 11 years for killing someone and literally glorifying it and there are people sitting behind bars for 20 years for getting caught with weed. It’s a sad world.

    Edit: I’m getting a lot of hate for saying that “people are getting more than 20 years for getting caught with weed.” I understand that those are the most extreme cases but the point I’m trying to make is nobody should earn a longer sentence for possession or even distribution than a person who kills someone. Here’s a link to an article highlighting one case:

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.huffpost.com/us/entry/3403504/amp

    Edit 2: And no I don’t use weed. Making the assumption that I’m some pothead just because I think marijuana sentencing is over exaggerated completely unfair. Do you have to be black to be anti-slavery?

  6. Guaranteed every single person in here complaining about texting and driving does it lol. So hypocritical. Same with motorcycle people… bitch about cars and then split lanes too fast/constantly go 90 and wonder why people pull out in front of them. Idiots.

  7. No sympathy.

    Edit: Not because she smiled, she was probably still drunk at the time anyways. No sympathy because drunk driving.

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