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Donte Stallworth, an example of rich and famous buying freedom

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Officials with Irving-based Mothers Against Drunk Driving are still, well mad, about the 30-day jail sentence that Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth received for killing a man while driving drunk in Florida.

They're so upset that MADD officials are refusing to accept a $2,500 donation from Stallworth that was supposed to be a part of his settlement and sentence for fatally running over 59-year-old Mario Reyes three months ago.

"If we took the settlement, we'd be part of the settlement and we don't agree with the sentence and therefore the settlement," MADD president Laura Dean-Mooney told Good Morning America this week.

The controversy over the case has ignited talk shows and pundits from coast-to-coast, touching on issues ranging from preferential treatment for the rich and famous to racism. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday suspended Stallworth indefinitely, and there are many who want to see that ban made permanent.

According to Miami-Dade County prosecutors, they agreed to the 30-day plea bargained sentence because he was remorseful and cooperative and it was what the family wanted. Stallworth also reach a financial settlement with the family, but the terms are not being disclosed.

Listening to all the back and forth about the case, however, one can't help but think about former Dallas Cowboys defensive back Dwayne Goodrich.He is serving a total of 12 years behind bars for criminally negligent homicide and failure to stop and render aid, after he slammed into three Good Samaritans along I-35 in January 2003, killing two of them.

Goodrich, though, was never found guilty of drunk driving, even though at the time of the incident, he had just left a couple of night spots and even acknowledged that he had been drinking earlier in the night. But unlike Stallworth, who had a blood alcohol level of .126 after his March crash, well above Florida's .08 limit, Goodrich kept going after his crash and never took a Breathalyzer.

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