In 2016, Hubbard was sentenced to four years in prison for 12 ethics convictions. Only half those counts withstood a lengthy appellate battle. Despite the reduction in counts, Hubbard’s four-year split sentence, which is not subject to parole eligibility, did not change.
COVID-19 has made an impact on plans and events since March, now it is affecting how people will celebrate their thanksgiving and Christmas. This holiday season for several caregivers, it will be just them and their loved one at the table.