It was not much of an offer that the State Of New Jersey offered Joe Giudice yesterday in court so he is going to trial to face charges that he fraudulently obtained a drivers license. The state offered him a sentence of five years in jail. The maximum he would get if convicted is ten years in jail. Can you imagine sentencing someone to ten years in jail for getting a fake drivers license? While you are at it you might as well put the entire freshmen and sophomore class of every university in jail for ten years too. Maybe they make some kind of distinction between fake i.d. and obtaining a fake driver's license, but ten years seems excessive. It really seems excessive when you see that in NJ, if you kill someone while drinking and driving, you can get a sentence as low as three years in jail. Take a life and you are out in a third of the time you get for obtaining a fake driver's license. Joe goes to trial probably next year some time. He has to go back to court on October 1 for the trial setting date.