The facts around the case of Rogel Aguilera-Mederos seem pretty clear cut, however unfair.
- A jury found him guilty
- The judge didn't want to sentence him to 110 years.
- The judge had to sentence him to 110 years because it was the mandatory minimal sentence.
A judge in the US state of Colorado is set to consider on Monday a request from prosecutors to reduce the 110-year prison sentence of a truck driver...
How can a judge reduce a sentence below a mandatory minimum? Shy of being granted clemency or an act of the legislature is there anything that can happen here?