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Continued: A day of progress – and justice – in byclists' deaths

  • Article by: DAVID CHANEN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 8, 2013 - 11:21 PM

Hernandez-Campoceco expressed his sorrow through an interpreter, then broke down sobbing. His lawyer, David Reyes, said he is consumed with regret and has no way to repair the damage.

Hernandez-Campoceco received a three-month jail sentence for the drunken driving charge, which was already satisfied because he served 101 days in jail.

Immigration authorities also have him on a hold and he will be deported to Guatemala. If he returns to the United States and violates his probation, he could receive a year in jail for his felony hit-and-run charge.

“We accept the punishment,” said Robin Stern.

Staff writer Paul Walsh contributed to this report.

David Chanen • 612-673-4465

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