United States v. Jackson, No. 07-CR-343 (JBW), 2007 WL 3010628 (E.D.N.Y. Sept. 20, 2007)
Jackson pled guilty to a one-count indictment charging bank fraud. Based on a total offense level of 9 and a criminal history category of I, the Guidelines imprisonment range was 4 to 10 months. The court sentenced Jackson to 16 days imprisonment and 3 years supervised release, finding that the "defendant is an extremely hard worker who works at two full-time jobs (40 hours each) to support his family. In-house detention is impractical since the defendant works 80 hours a week and needs time to get to and from his jobs."
Turns out hard work does pay off!