Judge Denies Tim Lambesis’ Time Served Credit Request

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Tim in court

As I Lay Dying’s Tim Lambesis was back in court this morning.

He stood before the Honorable Judge Carlos Armour in San Diego’s North County Superior Courthouse, with a motion on the table seeking credit for time he served under house arrest before the scheduled start of his trial.

He was basically seeking a reduction on his sentence, folks. Armour didn’t fall for it.

The judge denied Lambesis’ request, ultimately deciding that he was not entitled to the custody credits, reports claim.

Lambesis has been locked up at the George F. Bailey Detention Facility in San Diego as of late.

Lambesis was sentenced to six years in May, after pleading guilty to a charge of solicitation of another to commit murder.

Lambesis tried to hire a hitman to murder his then estranged wife Meggan Lambesis.

It didn’t work.

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