After almost 14 hours of deliberation, a Lubbock Jury found Callie Long guilty of intoxication manslaughter in the death of bicyclist Brett Walrath.
Walrath died several months after being hit on South Loop 289 in August 2003. Police say Long was legally drunk the night she hit Walrath and fled the scene. She was arrested several blocks away.
Of the four charges against her, intoxication manslaughter was the charge that carried the steepest penalty. Other charges included intoxication assault, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and failure to stop and render aid.
The penalty phase will begin following a short recess.
Long Trial- Day 6: Callie Long Takes the Stand
The last day of testimony just ended in the trial of a Lubbock woman accused of intoxicated manslaughter. On Tuesday, Callie Long took the stand in her own defense.
Long Trial- Day 5: Chris Winn Takes The Stand
The man accused of running over Brett Walrath a second time was put on the stand Monday. His testimony was part of the intoxication manslaughter trial against Callie Long, who is accused of hitting a bicyclist.
Long Trial- Day 4: Victim's Widow Takes the Stand
The Callie Long trial continues on to day four. She is the woman accused of hitting a man with her car while intoxicated. On Friday prosecutors called Brett Walrath's widow to the stand.
Long Trial- Day 3: Expert Testimony Reconstructs Accident Scene
Reconstruction has been a major piece of the puzzle for the Callie Long case.
Long Trial- Day 2: Prosecution Tries to Prove Intoxication
Was Callie Long legally intoxicated the night she hit bicyclist Brett Walrath? That's the question attorneys argued in a Lubbock courtroom.
Long Trial- Day 1: Testimony Begins In Intoxicated Manslaughter Trial
The courtroom battle began Tuesday for Callie Long, a Lubbock woman accused of hitting a bicyclist while drunk, and then fleeing the scene.