Prosecutors Object To Former Great White Tour Manager's Request For Work Release
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The Associated Press has issued the following report:
Prosecutors are objecting to Daniel Biechele's application for a work-release program.
Biechele, the former tour manager for the band GREAT WHITE, was sentenced earlier this month to serve four years in prison for lighting the pyrotechnics that sparked The Station nightclub fire in 2003.
One-hundred people died in the blaze. His lawyer said that Biechele had found work as a bookkeeper and asked a judge to allow him to participate in a work-release program while he's serving his sentence at the Adult Correctional Institutions.
But in a motion filed today, prosecutors say the decision about work release should be left to the Department of Corrections.
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