Suge Knight Sentenced To Home
His family picked him up and he was told to go home and stay there until parole officers arrive and hook him up with electronic monitoring bracelets," Margot Bach the Department of Corrections spokesperson told MTV. "He is to stay on electronic monitoring at all times, under home detention, until he discharges from parole, which is in about two and a half months. He has been found guilty, but we don't like to return people to prison if possible. If the person has a job or a family, and there is an appropriate way to treat someone, we're going to do it this way, rather than return him to prison," Bach continued. "Knight has a job, he's got family, so why not let him continue to manage his business? But do it under some conditions. He has to walk a pretty narrow line."