Weber County man gets 90 days jail for brother’s accidental death
Court » Eric Charlton to speak to students about the dangers of mixing alcohol, firearms.
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Gustin said outside of court that despite the jail time, the judge could not possibly punish Charlton any more than he is already punishing himself.
"He beats himself up every single day," she said. "His journey is just beginning."
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