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A long sentence, the attorney argued, would not give Busche an incentive to reform himself.Mottinger asked the judge to "leave some light at the end of the tunnel" for his client.Owners of assume no responsibility (and expressly disclaim responsibility) for updating this site to keep information current or to ensure the accuracy or completeness of any posted information.Accordingly, you should confirm the accuracy and completeness of all posted information before making any decision related to any data presented on this site.Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor"I wish I could take away their fear, their pain," Stanley Joe Busche said at his sentencing in Cass County District Court. Busche turned himself in to police eight days later."I wish I could go back."Prosecutor Cherie Clark, who recommended a 13-year sentence for Busche, described him as a hunter who "stalked his prey" -- three North Dakota State University students -- before invading their off-campus apartment Dec. Busche's lawyer, Steven Mottinger, said that despite the severity of the crime, his client did not deserve to serve longer than 10 years in prison.Busche also pleaded for the judge's "mercy," saying he had become a better man in the 10 months he has spent in the Cass County Jail."I know I was very wrong, and I know there's consequences for my actions," he said.*No representation is made that the person listed here is currently on the state's offenders registry.
Calling Busche an "interesting individual," Mottinger said his client had shown promise during an earlier period in his life, when he married, "got sober" and generally stayed out of trouble."He does show us by that period of time that he is capable of functioning in society," Mottinger said.But that period ended, Mottinger acknowledged."He tried. He couldn't."Mottinger also argued that Busche showed a glimmer of good character because he refrained from raping the third NDSU student.Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.
Stanley Busche makes a tearful apology for his offenses with his attorney Steven Mottinger during his sentencing hearing Tuesday, Nov.
10, 2015, for sexually assaulting two North Dakota State University students last year near campus.