From Prison Break to Prison?
According to his attorney Harland Braun, Garrison met the teens at a grocery store, attended a party with them and was giving them a lift afterward when the accident occurred. The attorney also says that the actor will "accept responsibility." If convicted, Garrison—who was booked and released after posting $100,000 bail—could face more than six years in prison. Arraignment is scheduled for April 11, but Braun says he hopes to broker an agreement before then. Setian's family is "gratified" by the charges, says their attorney Paul Kiesel. At least one famous costar is sticking by the Texas-born Garrison: Mark Wahlberg, his castmate in the new thriller Shooter. "I have a lot of friends that are incarcerated," Wahlberg told PEOPLE, "and I'm certainly about rehabilitating and trying to forgive."
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