Since the discovery of Thomas Kaylor’s sentence, I’m wondering:
Do you think justice was served?
I’ve corresponded with Jim Beidler, genealogic researcher and author of Roots and Branches, the only syndicated genealogy column in Pennsylvania. He reveals, “For the time period, probation was often the outcome in DUI cases – they often weren’t taken very seriously even when they resulted in deaths!”
Times have certainly changed and we know now that Thomas Kaylor died at a young age, which seems fitting. But do you think the Avenal Judicial Court should have given him a harsher sentence – even for the time period?