Jerica Hart Pleads Guilty - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/21/08

Jerica Hart Pleads Guilty

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff
Matthew Henderson Matthew Henderson

Police say she had a blood alcohol level more than two times the legal limit when she struck and killed a man. Jerica Hart pleaded guilty Monday to Intoxicated Manslaughter.

The LCU student hit a man in the 1500 block of University last summer. The victim, 39-year-old Matthew Paul Henderson, died a day later. 

Hart must now serve 120 days in the Lubbock County jail. She also received a ten year probated sentence. 

The District Attorney's office tells NewsChannel 11 the plea was a result of what the victim's family wanted to see happen with the case.

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