Sometimes when I type on my phone in the bathroom, I go through things so fast, it becomes hard to follow.
The point I mean to impart is this; sentencing isn't what it used to be. Used to be "oh boy, I'm afraid to go to jail." Now it is "if I get a record, can't get a good job anyways, so it's better to be in jail." The worst part of any sentencing are the collateral consequences, not jail time. Long story short, as a result amongst many other factors (overcrowding, tax dollars not enough for salaries, yadda yadda yadda), sentencing is much less in pure time served than it was before.
As examples, I've seen murderers get 10-20 years in prison. Drug traffickers get 10 years but out in 10 months as "good behavior" automatically gets accrued.
As the saying sometimes goes, "Misdemeanor retail theft on the 3rd conviction is a felony"...that's the book world. In the real world, the average thief does not get caught until 20+ attempts, and receives pretrial diversion multiple times because DAs don't want to waste time prosecuting what they consider to be petty stuff.
If David Parry was Joe Schmo? Probably gets 0 jail time, perhaps 10 days of time to be served on and off during weekends. And that's assuming the sentence is not "suspended" by the Judge.