State District Judge Jean Boyd, now retired, sentenced Eric Miller to 20 years behind bars for driving drunk and causing a wreck that killed a young father.
State District Judge Jean Boyd, now retired, sentenced Eric Miller to 20 years behind bars for driving drunk and causing a wreck that killed a young father. Bob Booth Star-Telegram archives
State District Judge Jean Boyd, now retired, sentenced Eric Miller to 20 years behind bars for driving drunk and causing a wreck that killed a young father. Bob Booth Star-Telegram archives

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