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Matt Cordle Pleaded Not Guilty After He Confessed Online to Drunken Driving

The man who admitted to fatally hitting Vincent Canzani entered a preliminary plea of not guilty.
1:34 | 09/11/13

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Transcript for Matt Cordle Pleaded Not Guilty After He Confessed Online to Drunken Driving
And now to a twist in the case of that young man who came out of the shadows confessing in a youtube video that she was driving drunk when he killed a man. He told the world that he would take responsibility. So what is going on now that he's in court. Abc's linsey davis has the story. Not guilty. Reporter: It was not the plea matt cordle's video confession implied itld be. When I get charged, I'll plead guilty. Reporter: The surprise plea had the judge incensed yesterday. I'm sorry you all came. I'm sorry you all came for this whole big thing. Reporter: The 22-year-old made headlines after posting this video that quickly went viral online. A confession to a drunk driving crash that killed a 61-year-old father, photographer and navy submarine vet. My name is matthew cordle, AND ON JUNE 22nd, 2013, I HIT And killed vincent canzani. Reporter: Some questioned cordle's motivation because, at the time of the video, he all ready knew he was being investigated. Today, the court assigned a new judge to the case, and cordle's attorneys say he plans to plead guilty next week. He faces two to eight and a half years in jail. And while bond was set today, cordle's attorneys say he wants to stay in jail at least until he enters his guilty plea. He wants to make sure he makes good on his promise. He promised to take full responsibility. He wants the message to stand strong. By releasing this video, i know exactly what it means. I gave the prosecution everything they need to put me away for a very long time. Linsey davis, abc news, columbus, ohio.

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