A judge has delayed sentencing for previous “The Bachelor” star Chris Soules for leaving the scene of a fatal 2017 accident.
The decision follows Judge Andrea Clothes dryer ruled Tuesday that she will disregard letters from the deceased motorist’s loved ones. Clothes dryer states the other half and kids of Iowa farmer Kenneth Mosher aren’t victims under state law since Soules was not founded guilty of triggering Mosher’s death.
Soules pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for leaving after rear-ending a slow-moving tractor driven by Mosher.
Mosher’s family members wrote victim impact declarations urging Clothes dryer to impose the optimal sentence of 2 years in prison. The letters were consisted of in the Department of Correctional Solutions’ presentence investigation report.
Dryer concurred with Soules’ attorneys that the letters must be stricken. She purchased a new presentence examination.