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'Shame' sentences put offenders under public scrutiny

7:30 PM, Jan. 19, 2013
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A man who stole Green Bay Packers tickets from his boss didn't get a run-of-the-mill sentence when he landed in Outagamie County Judge John Des Jardins' courtroom.

He got an embarrassing jolt of reality.

Des Jardins ordered the convicted thief to visit the area near Lambeau Field where tickets are bought and sold and wear a sandwich board that blared the words: "I'm a convicted thief of Packers tickets." ...

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