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Jerrett Muna will spend a year in jail

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Jerrett Taisapic Muna was sentenced to five years in prison with all but one year suspended.  This means he will only serve one complete year behind bars. The prosecution argues Muna should have been sentenced to twelve years, because of the serious and grievous life-changing injuries the victim suffered.

Muna was found guilty by a superior court jury earlier this year on charges of aggravated assault, rioting and assault. In February 2011, Muna approached the male victim who was on an ATV that had just flipped on its side, and struck the victim multiple times on his head with a wooden plank.

A restitution hearing is set for February 8.

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