OK, before this coanersvtion gets too blood thirsty, here are my personal thoughts on prison time.I have a hard time getting excited or eager about prison sentences due to my inherent distrust of the American prison industrial complex and my lack of faith in that system's ability to reform rather than harden people. Is it valuable to trade a criminally negligent person for an actively lawless one?My goals are: The family of the victim must be completely taken care of financially. The person responsible should be responsible for things like child support. Dependents should be taken care of.I also think the person should never drive again or have a path back to a license that is difficult and requires immersion in, say, a trauma ward or something to ensure that if that person ever drives again, the person fully understands the consequences of actions (this may actually work better than simply banning, since someone can always just drive w/o a license if they have no legal way back). Since driving is a privilege and not a right, the convict should be forced to pay for any added admin costs for this process.I would love to see some reasonable jail time (can you imagine how much even a month of prison would suck?) coupled with long-term (years) community service and financial obligations.