2. Which of the following is an example of a judge using discretionary sentencing? Beth is a first-time offender and her crime of carrying a concealed weapon can receive a sentence ranging anywhere from one year on probation to one year in prison. Because she is a first time offender, the judge doesn’t see any reason to think she poses a special danger to society, and gives her one year of probation. Michael has ordered illegal drugs over the mail, has been convicted, and by law is required to serve at least five years in prison. The judge sentences him to five years. Mark has intentionally refrained from paying any parking tickets that he has acquired over multiple years. The judge decides to administer an extra harsh sentence, considering not just the number of infractions Mark has committed, but also his contemptuous intent in committing these violations. Correct! Wrong!