Larry Halbert # 90512
Idaho State Correctional Center
P O Box 70010
Boise ID 83707 USA
Well Hello! I am ecstatic you decided to stop by. J My name is Larry, as you possibly already know.
I am in prison for DUI and vehicular manslaughter. I caused an accident that took the life of another person. The heartache I have caused and the guilt that I feel will be with me forever.
I am not a hundred percent sure on what to write in this Bio as I have never done this before. I’ll just lay it all on the line.
I have two daughters, a 25 year old and a 22 year old. I had my oldest when I was 17 and my youngest when I was 20. They both have the same mother. Their mother and I have been broken up for 18 years or so, but remain friends to this day. My daughters and I have always been very close and I e-mail and call them regularly.
My hobbies include; drawing, painting, fishing, hunting, hiking, snowboarding, snowmobiling, riding motorcycles (dirt and street), wakeboarding, woodworking and I love to cook.
I’ve been in construction since I was 12 years old. I started out framing, but mostly roofing and heating and cooling. I owned a roofing company and a bar and grill, but lost them in the 2008 recession. I was a wild land firefighter for several years but gave it up for the steadier paycheck. Mostly I have been a heating and cooling guy, at least that was the career I always fell back on. I have been a licensed to journeyman since I was 17 years old. For most of my adult life I have been a lead foreman or project manager for commercial projects, such as, hospitals, retirement centers, apartment complexes, hotels, business complexes, etc.
I had been on my own for a long time. I moved out of my father’s house when I was 14 years old due to abuse and alcohol.
I do not consider myself a criminal, but it seems I have been an alcoholic my entire life. It’s got me in a lot of trouble and I just came to terms with it after this catastrophic incident. I was what they call a functioning alcoholic. I didn’t always drink but when I did, I’d inevitably drive.
I have been sober for over three years and believe me when I tell you just because I’m incarcerated doesn’t mean I don’t have plenty of access to alcohol or drugs. I could never drink again and live with myself after what I’ve done.
I have an appeal in the appelate court right now on a speedy trial violation and am optimistic that I will be out of prison in January of 2023 on a technicality. I look forward to making up for all the wrong I’ve done and hurt I’ve caused.
Until then, I look forward to chatting with and getting to know you. I hope to hear from you soon.
DUI, Vehicular Manslaughter
Ad Start: 07-08-2021
Ad Expiration: 07-08-2022