A former Grand Prairie school teacher was sentenced to ten years in prison for the hit-and-run death of a six-year-old boy.
Jurors have now decided the punishment for the former Grand Prairie school teacher convicted in a hit and run accident that left a 6 year old dead.
A Dallas jury was sent home after convicting former Grand Prairie teacher Tammy Lowe of Manslaughter in a controversial hit-and-run fatality. Lowe had already pled guilty to a charge of Failing to Stop and Render Aid.
On Thursday morning a jury found a former middle school teacher guilty of manslaughter in the hit & run death of a 6-year old boy.
The jury hearing the manslaughter case centering on a hit-and-run crash that caused the death of six-year-old John Raidy started deliberations Wednesday afternoon, but have since recessed for the day.
The prosecution and defense both rested their cases Wednesday in the hit-and-run trial of a former Grand Prairie teacher who has been charged with manslaughter.
There was a surprise development Tuesday in the trial of a former Grand Prairie teacher accused of a fatal hit-and-run accident that killed a six-year-old boy.
There was a surprising development Tuesday morning at the trial for a former Grand Prairie teacher who has been accused in a hit-and-run incident.
Testimony expected to get underway Tuesday in the trial of a former teacher accused of killing a boy last year.
The former teacher who is accused of hitting and killing a six-year-old boy will fight the charges against her.
The teacher arrested for the hit and run death of a 6-year-old boy is out of jail and has issued an apology. Tammy Lowe was released from the Dallas County Jail just before 11a.m.
A Grand Prairie teacher accused in the hit-and-run death of 6-year-old John Raidy is expected to spend this weekend in the Dallas County jail.