If Walter White from the TV series 'Breaking Bad' would be sentenced by a court, this is how the verdict would be.
1. Small Crimes Don't Count
2. Each Offense Judged as if he had no Criminal Record
3. Federal Sentencing figures as his empire spanned further than just New Mexico
#2 Producing and Selling 6,153 pounds/80 million dollars’ worth of meth: Life
#3 Murder of Emilio: 40 Years
#4 Kidnapping/Murder of Krazy-8: Life Sentence + 20 Years
#5 Breaking and Entering/Grand Larceny-7 Years
#6 Involuntary Manslaughter-22 Months
#7 Murder of Gang Members- 2 Life Sentences
#8 Orders the Murder of Gale- 50 Years
#9 Possession of Unlicensed Firearm: 5 Years
#10 Possession of Deadly Substance: 2 Years
#11 Accessory to Murder/Assisted Suicide: 12 Years
#12 Double Homicide: 2 Life Sentences
#13 Attempted Murder of a Minor: Broke-20 Years
#14 Money Laundering, A1 Car Wash: 5 Years
#15 Murder of Mike Ehmantraut-Life in Prison
#16 Grand Larceny/Felony Murder-25 Years
#17 Ordering the Murder of 10 of Gus’ Former Workers-500 Years
7 life sentences and 525 years
...but I'm betting he won't last that long
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