Kim Potter’s Attorney Wants Client Home for Christmas

Kim Potter’s attorney, Paul Engh, plans to file a motion for dispositional departure after she was found guilty on charges of first and second-degree manslaughter.

A dispositional departure is where a sentence is announced, but not executed. Engh says Potter’s “remorse and regret for the incident is overwhelming,” and she is not a danger to the community and has made all her court appearances. He noted it’s the Christmas holiday season and his client is a “devoted Catholic” who does not deserve to be incarcerated until sentencing. She is also entitled to a bond, he says.

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