Daniel L. Wariner Sentenced to 10 Years After Blind Plea in Two Separate Dealing in Cocaine Cases

New Albany resident Daniel L. Wariner, 29, was sentenced on March 12, 2010 in Floyd Superior Court 1 to serve ten years with the Indiana Department of Corrections for Dealing in Cocaine as a Class B Felony.

The advisory sentence for a Class B Felony in Indiana is ten years, with a possible range of six to 20 years imprisonment.

Wariner entered a blind plea of guilty in each of two cases where he was charged with the Class B Felony Dealing in Cocaine offense.

In sentencing the defendant, Judge Susan Orth chose to order ten years imprisonment on each plea of guilt; however, she chose to run those sentences concurrently with one another for a total of ten years to serve.

Good Time Credit was recommended as part of Wariner’s sentence resulting in an estimated release date of March 7, 2015.

Deputy Prosecutor Timothy Gray prosecuted the case on behalf of the State. Stephen J. Beardsley represented the defendant.

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