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A Fontana woman pleaded no contest Tuesday to charges stemming from a wrong-way, DUI crash on the 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar that killed six people, including her younger sister.
A no contest plea is viewed similar to a guilty plea, but it enables a defendant to avoid admitting guilt in a related civil lawsuit. The change in plea comes as the parties in the case were preparing for trial.
Jury selection was underway, wkmen a panel of 75 jurors was in the courtroom Tuesday, Sheahen said.
She will be making a statement in court, Sheahen said. Culbreath faces either 15 years or 30 years in Any women here in Fontana state prison depending on the evidence presented to the court at sentencing, according to Sheahen.
The judge agreed to hear Culbreath and determine the sentence.
Culbreath had given birth 11 days before the crash, according to Sheahen. He described her a single mother at home suffering from postpartum depression.
She went out, and the evening ended in Any women here in Fontana horrific tragedy, he said. On Feb. She traveled north in the southbound lanes on the 57 Freeway and then headed east in the westbound lanes of the Fontna Freeway at speeds of more than miles per hour when she collided head-on with a Ford Explorer.
Culbreath had previously been convicted of driving under the influence on April 13,according to Department of Motor Vehicles records. She was stopped for two more violations before her license was reinstated in Decemberaccording to the DMV, which lifted restrictions on her license just a week prior to the Any women here in Fontana crash.
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Three generations of family members in the Explorer were Fotana After the crash, Culbreath was initially hospitalized in a jail ward and then brought later to court on a stretcher. She has subsequently been brought to court in a wheelchair. By Mike Cruz mcruz scng.
May 22, at 5: May 22, at 6: Olivia Culbreath File photo A Any women here in Fontana woman pleaded no contest Tuesday to charges stemming from a wrong-way, DUI crash on the 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar that killed six people, including her younger sister. Sign up for our breaking news email newsletter: When major local news happens, you will be the first to know.
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