When and where can we watch Pablo Lyle’s final sentence

After Pablo Lyle was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter, the sentence against the Mexican actor will be announced soon, and here we tell you when and where to watch it.

The 35-year-old actor could be imprisoned for the involuntary manslaughter of Cuban citizen Juan Ricardo Hernández, 63.

The events occurred in 2019 after the actor had a road fight with Juan Ricardo Hernández.

Pablo Lyle assaulted him, and the man hit his head, which caused the death of Juan Ricardo Hernandez, for which he was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

Pablo Lyle during the trial
Pablo Lyle during the trial (Jose A. Iglesias / AP)

Pablo Lyle’s defense wants to avoid being given the maximum penalty

Pablo Lyle’s lawyers are seeking to use a legal remedy to prevent the actor from serving the maximum sentence.

Pablo Lyle’s crime is not considered a felony, and the actor does not have a criminal record, which could help reduce his sentence.

He could spend 9 to 15 years in prison, but Pablo Lyle is a candidate to have his sentence reduced by 15% and only have to serve 85% of it.

Unfortunately, the three years that Pablo Lyle has been on probation would not be considered by the authorities to reduce his jail time.

Following his conviction, Pablo Lyle has been held at the El Doral Correctional Center in Miami.

Pablo Lyle during trial
Pablo Lyle during the trial (Jose A. Iglesias / AP)

When will Pablo Lyle be sentenced?

Judge Marisa Tinkler Mendez will sentence Pablo Lyle on October 26th after he was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

Despite the verdict, the judge does not believe that Pablo Lyle is a danger to society, so she could give him around nine years in prison.

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In the worst-case scenario, he would have to serve the maximum sentence of 15 years.

Marisa Tinkler Mendez is expected to sentence Pablo Lyle afternoon on Wednesday, October 26th.

International media such as Telemundo will have coverage of the upcoming sentencing of Pablo Lyle, who could spend several years in prison.

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Pablo Lyle (Mexico Agency)