Michelle Carter sentenced to 2.5 years for texting suicide case

In June, Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
1:13 | 08/03/17

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Transcript for Michelle Carter sentenced to 2.5 years for texting suicide case
I have not found. That missed cut his age. Low level of maturity. Or even her mental illness. Have any significant impact. Haunt her actions. She has a bright young lady. Did well in school. And I am satisfied that she was mindful. Hope the actions. For which he now stands convicted. Scudder a guilty finding haven't entered on the indictment charging you with the involuntary manslaughter. Climate ruins that theory. Now sentences you to tune a half years in the Bristol county house of correction. Fifteen months of sit percentage. Shall be deemed a committed sentence. And a balance thereof shall be suspended. Until August 1 2022. You'll be on probation it meant if given to you are released from incarceration. Supervised thereafter. And it did appropriation. Commences to debt.

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