Appeal Denied for Misty Croslin


NEW 4 JAX is reporting …

Misty Croslin was denied a motion for a reduced sentence on a  2010 conviction on drug trafficking charges.

Croslin testified in St. Johns County in March, asking a judge to overturn her conviction and sentence. But the judge found Croslin had adequate representation and denied the motion for a reduced sentence.

Croslin claimed that her plea was involuntary because her lawyer, Robert Fields, told her that if she pleaded no contest, she would be sentenced to a maximum of six years in prison as a youthful offender.

“He pretty much just told me not to worry … everything is going to be OK,” Croslin said. “I was under medication and wasn’t fully aware of what was going on. I put all my trust in him.”

Croslin admitted that judges in both St. Johns and Putnam counties told her she would face a 25-year mandatory minimum sentence, but thought that was the maximum, not the sentence she would receive.

Croslin’s father, Hank Croslin, also testified that Fields said repeatedly that his daughter would not get more than six years in prison because she had never been in legal trouble before.

Now my personal comments:

This is terrible news. Thoughts and prayers go out to Misty and her family. The American justice system is rigged and broken. Two 25 year sentences for selling $3,000 worth of pain pills?

All the result of being set up in a police sting that was organized in direct relation to an entirely different investigation. It’s obvious that law enforcement, the District Attorney’s office and Judge Wendy Berger are not being truthful when they say Misty’s drug case had nothing to do with any other legal matter.

I call upon the U.S. Justice Department to launch an investigation into the improper entrapment, prosecution and sentencing of Misty Croslin.

Free Misty Croslin!




Florida Taxpayers to Pay $449,300.00

It costs $17,972 a year to keep an inmate in a Florida prison. So when Judge Wendy W. Berger sentenced Misty Croslin to 25 years in prison (instead of six years as a youthful first offender), she also sentenced the citizens of Florida to pay $449,300.00 in tax dollars — all for the crime of selling $3,000 of pain pills in a police sting.

Punish Misty’s $3,000 first time non-violent offense by making the taxpayers of Florida pay almost half a million dollars. Does that make sense? If so, thank Wendy Berger for spending your tax dollars.

That’s $449,300.00 that won’t be going to protect you from violent criminals, won’t feed the hungry, won’t provide medical care, won’t repair roads and bridges.

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