Based on, not only the murder, but the circumstantial evidence found, he's proven to us that he's a danger to society. IMO, we shouldn't think of this whole dilemma as solely a punishment for his actions, but more about keeping him at bay so that people are kept out of harms way. Whether it's bail or immunity, same shit - it's too much of a risk to even consider setting him free, such as the possibilities you mentioned of what he might do. If he's free, who knows if he'll drug binge again, and/or possibly lead to another murder? It ain't worth it IMO. And it's also a fucking joke that he's even allowed back into the sport if he is to be set free.
Keeping him imprisoned indefinitely, will make matters more flexible. Because from there, prosecutors can then decide whether or not they'll lay extra charges on him, and/or give him treatment such as psychological help. Who knows? Getting help could possibly make him a better person in the future. But first things first, he needs to be convinced to perceive that by being imprisoned, he's doing the whole world a favour (ie. keeping everyone safe), rather than just a punishment for his actions. "Sorry sir, it was an 'accident'. I won't do it again, I promise". That just doesn't cut it for me. And I'm not saying that my opinion is the best one, it's just that we need to consider all options here.
maybe. We'll known in just a few minutes. The Judge will soon announce the decision.
what speaks for Oscar is:
No crime record.
Showed a lot of regret in court. Has been crying like a sprinkler system
Got family with parents, brother, sister that can act as support
that the trial can be over a year away
what speaks against is
the severity of the charge
potential flight risk
that the judge has already said he will get no special treatment just because he's famous/crippled