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Prosecution rests in Justine Winter murder trial
Montana Teen Charged With Deliberate Homicide Sues Slain Woman's Family
Justine Winter, right, sits with her attorney Max Battle, left, on day one of her trial. Family members of a mother and her son killed in a wreck on U. Highway 93 said they were surprised to learn the woman responsible for the crash will be released this year. On Sept. It is likely that Winter will be free by the end of the year.
PHOTO Justine Winter wipes her eyes June 29, , as she cries during the Winter, now 17, was charged as an adult with two counts of.
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Court Documents Breakdown of Crash That Killed a Pregnant Mom and Her Son
Thanks to our sponsor, The State of Logic Podcast. More info to come… and last but not least, the Countdown to CrimeCon has begun! Mixed and mastered by Resonate Recordings. The Victim Impact Statement written and read on September 4, by Charity Lee, at the transfer hearing for her then 18 year old son Paris Bennett, …. On February 4, , 13 year old Paris Lee Bennett sent the babysitter home early, and murdered his 4 year old sister Ella Lee Bennett, as she slept …. On January 18, , year-old Jessica Burlew strangled her year-old lover to death during sex, after he failed to say the 'safe word'.
Her parents raised a dangerous, selfish little shit and they should have been tried too. The father was also involved in the lawsuit against the survivors of the actual victims. And they don't want her to go to jail because she's petite and brain damaged from the crash. I hope they give the other family everything her parents own in a civil suit. And sterilize both of her parents just to make sure they can't unleash any more selfish, dangerous brats on society.
Print Article. An Evergreen woman convicted in of killing two people was freed on parole from a Billings pre-release center on Friday. Prosecutors said she drove into oncoming traffic at 85 miles per hour in an effort to kill herself after a fight with a boyfriend. She completed six months of traditional inmate time and six months in the inmate-worker program in the Billings community. Winter has been released on parole under the supervision of the Missoula Parole and Probation Department. She will be on parole until Jan. Landee Holloway, her parole officer, was not available by phone on Monday.