Weiss Sentenced Today for Second-Degree Vehicular Homicide
Thursday, August 29, 2013 • 8:55pm
WARREN, NJ - Lori Ann Weiss, 45, of Hazelwood Court was sentenced today, Aug. 29, to five years in state prison after pleading guilty to an accusation of second-degree vehicular homicide and third-degree assault by auto.
State Superior Court Judge Paul W. Armstrong sentenced Weiss to serve five years, subject to serving a mandatory four years, two months, and one day before being eligible for release on parole. Weiss also pled guilty to a related motor vehicle summons for careless driving filed in the Warren Township Municipal Court. Armstrong ordered Weiss to serve three years of parole supervision following her release from state prison, and suspended driving privileges for two years following her release. After the sentencing, Weiss's bail was revoked and she was taken into custody.