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TRUCK DRIVER TO SERVE 30 DAYS IN JAIL FOR VEHICULAR HOMICIDE

In a stunning decision in a Bradley County courtroom today (Friday, December 15, 2017), a logging truck driver will only spend 30 days in jail then serve six years on supervised probation for vehicular homicide. The judge handed down that verdict on 22-year-old Cory Judd who plead no contest to the charge back in August. The Tennessee Highway Patrol says Judd was driving on Highway 11 approaching the intersection of Tasso Lane back in 2015 when he did not stop at a traffic light and crashed into 17-year-old Ashlyn Lamberth’s vehicle. Lamberth died as a result of the accident.

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1 Response

  1. Betty

    I pray this young man realizes what the judge gave him. I pray he understands his role in life now. I pray for the you lady’s family, Ashlyn Lamberth, may she rest in peace.

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