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Denver Judge Jordan Accepts Plea Deal In Fatal Bus Crash

A Denver County Court judge on Thursday spared an RTD contract bus driver jail time for an accident that killed two and injured 11, The Denver Post reports.

At a sentencing hearing for Tidenekiyalesh Hawariyat, the 30-year-old Veolia Transportation driver, relatives of Carla Miranda and her fiance, Dustin Peletier, who were killed in the April 3 accident, made impassioned and tearful pleas to Judge Claudia Jordan to impose jail time.

Darren Cantor represented Hawariyat. The deputy DA was Lindsay VanGilder.

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One Response to “Denver Judge Jordan Accepts Plea Deal In Fatal Bus Crash”

  1. normc says:

    This is an outrage! Why is it that some people can take the lives of others then not have to pay for their crime. The judge and Cantor should be fired!!!

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