Six years (out in three) for crashing a party and stabbing the host. His heart stopped three times but he survived.
Eight years (out in four) for shooting the lock off your neighbour's front door then blasting her from point blank range. She died.
If more judges were shot, would sentences increase ?
What's really impressive is the comparison with this story.
"A primary school head teacher has been jailed for four years for possessing an illegal arsenal of guns and ammunition.
Martin Wynn Davies, 58, from Wrexham, admitted illegally possessing 10 hand guns, two rifles and ammunition.
The head of Ysgol Deiniol, Wrexham, asked for nine other offences to be taken into account at Mold Crown Court.
Judge John Rogers QC said he had reduced Davies' jail term because of his "impeccable character".
The court was also told about Davies' good service to the community during his 22 years as a head teacher.
The usual jail term for such offences is five years. "
There was no suggestion in court that the guns would be used in criminal activity. The guy was a gun nut, an enthusiast. His sentence of four years matched exactly that given to Ian Richards, a smackhead with 50 previous convictions who broke into Hawkswood College and beat and stabbed lecturer Lawrence Hart to death.
Richards and fellow scumbag Darren Botchett (who'd been released two days before, after being given a community punishment for his latest offence) were told 'a substantial period in prison is inevitable'.
Four years. Out in two.