ICYMI: Judge Janet Protasiewicz sentenced man who raped unconscious cousin to just 14 months February 27, 2023 MADISON, Wis – In case you missed it, Dan O’Donnell found further proof that liberal Supreme Court candidate Janet Protasiewicz has no business serving on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court. #NoJailJanet can try to run from her record, but unfortunately for Judge Janet, we have the receipts. Protasiewicz has shown that her idea of “common sense” in the courtroom is anything but. In this case, Janet Protasiewicz acknowledged her weak sentence: “Mr. Reese, I am giving you the least amount of time I think is appropriate,” she said. “It is significantly less than what I thought I was going to give you.” Protasiewicz gave Reese just 14 months in prison with credit for 42 days of time served plus 18 months of supervision. Judge Protasiewicz has told reporters that she is “proud” of her record and describes herself as “fair” and a “common sense” jurist. Yet, her record shows a nonsensical judge. Judge Janet would rather protect criminals than give an ounce of justice to victims of life-altering crimes. Read more from the WISN 1130 below: Judge Janet Protasiewicz sentenced man who raped unconscious cousin to just 14 months Dan O’Donnell WISN 1130 February 24, 2023 “Jovian Reese, 19, was convicted in 2018 of third degree sexual assault, a Class G felony punishable by a maximum sentence of ten years. Protasiewicz, however, ended up giving him “significantly less than what I thought I was going to give you.” “Reese was charged with second degree sexual assault, a Class C felony punishable by a maximum sentence of 40 years in prison, but he accepted a plea deal with the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office in which he agreed to plead guilty to the lesser charge of third degree sexual assault.” … “During his sentencing hearing that March, the victim said she cried for days after Reese raped her and grew depressed because she “felt that she had no one to talk to because ‘everyone in the family took his side,’ and she was all alone.” She said her grades and job performance suffered to the point that she had “multiple breakdowns and school and work” had to quit her job. Because of the rape, she no longer felt comfortable being intimate with her boyfriend. He then broke up with her, telling her she was “damaged goods.” … “Are you a danger to the public? I don’t think so,” she told him during the hearing. … “Mr. Reese, I am giving you the least amount of time I think is appropriate,” she said. “It is significantly less than what I thought I was going to give you.” Reese received 14 months in prison with credit for 42 days of time served in jail plus 18 months of extended supervision.