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Carroll man sentenced to 63 to 127 years for burglaries
Serving the minimum would make Balch 97-years-old when he left prison.
Harden said Balch would appeal. "Of course, why wouldn't he? What else does he have to do?" the attorney asked.
Deputy Grafton County Attorney Melissa Pierce, the prosecutor, had a different assessment of Balch in an interview Friday.
In court Thursday, Bornstein acknowledged that the sentence was very long. Asked the following day if she thought the prison term Balch faces was just, Pierce replied, "It is what it is because the legislature said so."
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