The punishment for Pablo Lyle, 36, who was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the murder of Juan Ricardo Hernández, 63, has been handed down. The occurrence happened on March 31, 2019.
In front of his attorneys and family, Lyle was given his punishment on Friday afternoon. He was given 5 years in prison and 8 years of probation. With tears and loving hugs, his loved ones bid him farewell.
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The well-known actor, who has appeared in films such as Yankee, Mirreyes contra Godnez, and La Sombra del Pasado, has been incarcerated at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center (TGK) in Miami-Dade since last October when he was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the 2019 road rage incident that killed Hernández.
Pablo Lyle’s Words Of Remorse
Lyle’s family spoke to the judge at the beginning of the sentencing hearing to apologize on behalf of Pablo for the incident that claimed Hernandez’s life.
Additionally, they tried to reassure them that he was a decent family man. Lyle’s wife, Ana Araujo, explained his remorse by stating that on the day he learned of Hernandez’s passing, “He spent the day vomiting, weeping, and he couldn’t sleep.”
Pablo addressed the Hernandez family after he heard what his loved ones had to say. He apologized after being unable to control his tears. Before Judge Tinkler Mendez handed down a sentence, Lyle stated, “I can only comprehend the grief of losing a loved one, someone that significant, especially in a situation like this.”
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“I consider it every day. Whatever happens today, I pray that this day will offer you closure and that you can leave this courtroom with grace in your hearts.
On Friday, Hernandez’s family members also spoke, pleading with the judge to give the harshest punishment possible. According to NBC Miami, his son Juan Ricardo Hernandez Jr. spoke in Spanish through an interpreter and stated, “He was such a joyous person, extremely caring to everyone.” “There are no words to express who my father was; he was beautiful.”
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