75 Years in Prison

“After the jury convicted Cravens, Assistant District Attorney Brett Smith introduced evidence that Cravens had twice previously been convicted of felony drug offenses. Smith introduced evidence that, at the time of the sexual assaults, Cravens was on parole after being sentenced to 99 years in prison by a Navarro County jury in 1989 for Aggravated Possession of a Controlled Substance. Upon rendering the sentence of 75 years for the current charges, Judge Jim Fallon ordered that Cravens sentence would be “stacked”, or served consecutively, on top of the 99 year sentence this sentence for which Cravens had been paroled.”

 

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