It could be Friday before Judge Jim Bob Darnell makes a decision on whether or not to grant Callie Long a new trial.
Hearings for the request wrapped up Tuesday afternoon. If Judge Darnell does not grant Long a new trial, she must begin serving two years in prison for intoxicated manslaughter. In April, a Lubbock Jury found Long guilty of hitting bicyclist Brett Walrath while she was drunk. Walrath later died from those injuries.
Long's attorney claims she did not receive a fair trial and says the jury may have misunderstood the charges. Tuesday, jurors testified they understood the charges and were not misled during the trial.
Callie Long Found Guilty of Intoxication Manslaughter
After almost 14 hours of deliberation, a Lubbock Jury found Callie Long guilty of intoxication manslaughter in the death of bicyclist Brett Walrath.