Jury Hands Taylor Nicole Ramirez Five Years With A Minimum of 2 Years

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - From the 103rd District Court in Brownsville. The jury in the Taylor Nicole Ramirez trial found her guilty of Second Degree Intoxication Manslaughter in the death of David Salinas.

Now the jury has handed down a five year prison sentence with a minimum of two years.

A statement from Cameron County District Attorney Luis V. Saenz says,

“While we commend the jury for doing the right thing in finding Taylor Nicole Ramirez GUILTY as charged, we are extremely disappointed with their sentence of five years. I believe it send the wrong message to the public that juries in Cameron County are NOT serious about fatalities caused by drunk drivers.”

Stay with News Center 23's Derick Garcia for the complete and accurate story at 10pm.


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