Kerri Dunn was sentenced today to 90 days in prison so that she can undertake a series of psych evaluations. At the end of the 90 day period, she will reappear in court and be sentenced for her crimes. Her new court date is December 15.
On a related note, my alma mater will institute some changes in faculty hiring procedures.
Although faculty background checks are routinely conducted for the purposes of confirming academic credentials and character references, CMC will also implement criminal and public record background checks for faculty members hired after January 1, 2005, consistent with the policy that already exists for all other employees.
I don't know which is sadder: that previously the administration thought it was more important to check whether the groundskeepers and food service workers were criminals than whether the well-paid persons teaching its undergraduates were, or that crazy Kerri Dunn will probably get off because, well, she crazy.