Worcester County DA: Nicolas Guaman Sentenced 12-14 Years in Prison

Guaman was found guilty of manslaughter by motor vehicle on Monday in the 2011 dragging death of Milford resident Matthew Denice.

Worcester County DA: Nicolas Guaman Sentenced 12-14 Years in Prison
Worcester County DA: Nicolas Guaman Sentenced 12-14 Years in Prison

Nicolas Guaman was sentenced 12-14 years in prison on Monday in the 2011 dragging death of Milford resident Matthew Denice, the Worcester County District Attorney's Office said Monday afternoon

A Worcester Superior Court judge found Guaman not guilty on second-degree murder charges on Monday in the bench trial that began last week. 

Guaman, however, was found guilty of manslaughter by motor vehicle, operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol negligent operation, reckless endangerment of a child, leaving the scene of personal injury or death, unlicensed driver, and failure to stop for police, according to MyFoxBoston.

kalman berke May 21, 2014 at 02:59 AM
Thank you for contributing. You have just demonstrated why the system, flawed as it is, is designed to keep you off a jury first of all and from making any input to the fate of the accused. Your comments about white people and your claimed intimacy with the scene are flaws in your ability to be impartial. You need to spend some time in a lock up at the police station, let alone in a high security torture prison, to realize that Gauman will pay very dearly for his crime. He will pay back in such terror and suffering that no man ever wants to experience. We still have juries in this country comprised of people like yourself. You can get your kind of justice from them on occasion just as OJ did.
kalman berke May 21, 2014 at 04:26 PM
Mags, Andie and K all replied but who do not appear here. Let me just say that those who insist on drawing and quartering are really not worth responding too. I just like to antagonize dopes so that is why I do it. If there is any question about the terrible nature of US prisons and how awful they will be for anyone sent to one, please feel free to volunteer for a stint. Or, avoid a summons and await an arrest where you can spend the night in a relatively austere keep. That will convince you of the suffering that you will endure no matter what your sentence is. OJ and Geo. Zimmerman were let off by the same mob racism that seeks revenge over justice in this case.
Andie May 21, 2014 at 06:38 PM
kalman go stick your head up your butt and don't take it back out until you can make sense!
Mags May 22, 2014 at 09:14 AM
Not sure what happened to my post. Anyways, as Andie just said, pretty hard to respond to you Kalman when you don't write with any comprehension. I'd love to hear about your stints in prison since you seem to think you can only comment on the prison system when you experience it.


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