The case has garnered national attention as an example of a law-abiding homeowner who said he resorted to violence because authorities failed to protect him, his family and his neighbors from relentless harassment and intimidation. Danny Palm, to 10 years in prison rather than the possible 25 years to life in prison that Palm faced after being convicted of second-degree murder and using a firearm. A second-degree murder conviction carries a mandatory 15 years to life, and a firearm conviction carries a maximum of 10 years. Mudd sentenced Palm to six years for manslaughter and four more for the firearms conviction. Harper, according to testimony, was a drug abuser who had terrified the neighborhood for years with reckless driving, threats, rock throwing and running cars off the road.
A man who antagonized his neighbors and was then gunned down by one was a ''jerk'' who got what was coming to him, a judge said, and reduced a jury's murder conviction. The bully's killer, Danny Palm, a retired Navy commander, faced 15 years to life in prison, but Judge William Mudd said on Thursday that the jury was wrong to convict Mr. Palm of second-degree murder and that such a long sentence would be cruel. Judge Mudd reduced the conviction to manslaughter. Under state law, Mr. Palm cornered Mr. Harper on Nov.
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