In a rare case, a South Carolina judge has sentenced a woman to eight years in prison, substance abuse counseling and to read the Bible.
Cassandra Tolley, whose drunken driving seriously injured two people, is thankful for the task, her attorney told Rock Hill Herald.
A USC law professor said a judge can't arbitrarily add something to a sentence, but if the accused consents it's OK.
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