Lawyers eh? What you just read in seven words took prosecutors 61 pages to declare. Still, there are some good bits in the sentencing recommendations sent to the judge in the Gilbert Arenas felony firearms case: “The defendant’s conduct since the time of the incident establishes that he has shown little genuine remorse for anything other than how this incident may affect his career,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher R. Kavanaugh wrote. “If any other individual without fame, power and the wealth of this defendant, brought four firearms into the District for the purpose of a similar confrontation,” the prosecutor wrote, “the government would seek their incarceration and the court would almost certainly give it.” Yeah, well, tough talk from a guy who let Arenas plead out. Superior Court Judge Robert E. Morin could ignore the three months jail / three months probation deal; in fact, threatened to do so during the trial. But it ain’t gonna happen,

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