I was pretty okay with J.T.'s punishment for a first time offense, even though my cousin was killed by a drunk driver just as he had finally gotten clean and away from the drugs and alcohol abuse that had wrecked his life. The lady who killed him in the wreck was driving on a suspended liscense, and it was the fourth time she had been charged with DUI. However, she had never been offered counseling as part of her sentences, so my uncle convinced the judge and DA to drop the charge to manslaughter and get her help while in prison. Frankly, IMHO most minor offenses, when they do not result in damage to anyone else, should be met with minor punishment emphasizing education and pyschological help. But that guy from Stanford better not ever show his face in Columbus, because, again, IMHO, a short sentence for violent felony sexual assault (the charges he was convicted of did not actually include rape) of this nature would be at least 6 years, with 3 plus 3 probation offered for good behavior.