Structure: progression of Denny Hecker's case

The article containing Denny Hecker's sentencing is full of numbers and potential to become quite confusing to even the the most avid reader.

Dee DePass and David Phelps did a clean effort in portraying the information.

The meat of the article was in the beginning, followed by quotes from Hecker, his family and friends, and his attorney.

Besides the evil that this case involves, the writers made an effort to include opinions of Hecker in a positive light as well.

The reporters also ordered the information in time relevant order. Hecker may have pleaded guilty in September, but the actual sentencing is what the story is highlighting.

Information was presented in the most efficient way when referencing to the possible structures of a news story.

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