On March 7, in Davenport, Iowa, 26-year-old Carl Louis Johnson, Jr. appeared in U.S. Federal Court for sentencing on charges related to drug trafficking and possession of a firearm.
His punishment included jail time—11 ½ years in federal prison—and a $100 fine.
The extra penalty represented a different kind of "punishment"—a way for society to recoup the damage caused by Johnson to the fabric . . .
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