Four years and your marriage licence

Four years and your marriage licence

And you’re sure you want to go ahead with this?” Judge Jerry D. Bass said.

We’ve been together a long time,” Larry Austin said, adjust­ing his orange prison jump­suit, pulling the sleeves over the hand­cuffs. “This is a chance for us to start our lives over.”

You won’t be going on a hon­ey­moon, you understand?”

Larry looked at his girl­friend, Dustie Dawn Tro­jack, stand­ing in the court­room behind him and nod­ded. Think­ing. The four years the judge just handed him for a firearms vio­la­tion meant he’d be out in three. “Yeah, I’m cool with that,” he said. “Are you baby?”

By Vin­cent Holland

Inspired by the case of Larry Austin — http://​new​sok​.com

“And you’re sure you want to go ahead with this?” Judge Jerry D. Bass said.

“We’ve been together a long time,” Larry Austin said, adjusting his orange prison jumpsuit, pulling the sleeves over the handcuffs. “This is a chance for us to start our lives over.”

“You won’t be going on a honeymoon, you understand?”

Larry looked at his girlfriend, Dustie Dawn Trojack, standing in the courtroom behind him and nodded. Thinking. The four years the judge just handed him for a firearms violation meant he’d be out in three. “Yeah, I’m cool with that,” he said. “Are you baby?”

By Vincent Holland

Inspired by the case of Larry Austin – http://newsok.com