Walter White's Rap Sheet

Posted by Debra White | Sep 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Breaking Bad is officially over. You're probably going through withdrawals from your Sunday-night drug of choice already. Or you might still be in shock from the final moments. It has certainly been a dramatic and tense series that started out with the best intentions.

When we first met Walter White, he was a humble high school chemistry teacher who decided to cook and sell meth to provide for his family's future after discovering he has inoperable cancer. It seemed innocent (sort of) enough. Like a modern day, Jean Valjean, White wanted to provide for his family under trying circumstances.

Unlike Valjean, however, White's crimes didn't stop there. As the series progressed he amassed a list of crimes so long, it was difficult to keep track of the body count (figuratively and literally). All the while we kept wondering what would happen when the law finally found him.

We've come up with a handy infographic to show you just that. What are Walter White's crimes, and how much time would he get for each of them? Take a look at our infographic below to find out.

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Debra White

Attorney Debra S. White is an aggressive and talented trial attorney based in Los-Angeles, California who has successfully represented clients accused of sex crimes in both state and federal courts since 1999. Ms. White is a fierce advocate who enjoys the many challenging aspects of sex crimes defense, including defending against false accusations, faulty memories, and prosecutorial misconduct.


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