I bought a car for $10,000. Too much? Answer--it depends. Was it a '67 Chevy or a 2017 Porsche? Same with your question. It depends--on the circumstances, your background, the nature of the offense, injuries, prior record, and many others. No one can answer this question with no information about the case.
This answer is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended as the practice of law in any jurisdiction in which I am not licensed. The answer does not constitute legal advice nor does it create an attorney-client relationship. The answer is based only on the information provided, and may be inaccurate in the context of additional facts that have not been provided. The questioner should be aware that I am only licensed to practice law in the state and federal courts of Minnesota. Accordingly, before taking any action or refraining from taking any action, the questioner should consult with an attorney licensed to practice in his or her jurisdiction.
My colleagues have it right. There is insufficient information here to respond. If you feel that the sentence is improper, then discuss your right to appeal with your attorney. Remember that the deadlines for filing an appeal are strictly construed. Good luck.
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