Sentencing scheduled for driver who killed Rob Dollar in 2017

UPDATE; sentencing happened 10/14/2022; See details at original story here.

Annaleah Dominguez was indicted 11/8/2017 on a charge of reckless manslaughter (a class 2 felony);

content that was here has all been moved to the original story here.


5 thoughts on “Sentencing scheduled for driver who killed Rob Dollar in 2017”

  1. Probation Officers dont determine the sentencing;
    Probation Officers, supervise and enforce the terms of their probation if probation is part of the sentencing.

  2. yes and no. Probation Department is responsible for preparing a report that the sentencing judge relies heavily upon…
    “Legal Definition of presentence report
    : a report prepared by a probation officer upon conviction of a defendant that assists the sentencing court in imposing an appropriate sentence
    NOTE: The information contained in a presentence report includes the defendant’s prior criminal history (if any) and relevant (as financial) circumstances, the appropriate classification of the defendant and of the offense under the established classification system, the kinds and range of sentences and programs available, and the impact of the offense on the victim”

  3. some info here regarding the background of the deal

    John Dollar / August 3
    We had the settlement conference on the 29th. She pleaded guilty to neglect homicide non dangerous. She will be sentenced October 14th. The sentence length will be between 1-3 1/2 years.
    The main concern going to trial for the judge and prosecution attorney is getting a jury that doesn’t have someone (or two) jurors who dislike cyclists and in turn will let her go!
    I Can’t imagine someone would let her go because they don’t like cyclists. But this is the society we live in.
    The laws protecting cyclists That are hit and or killed are horrible. I will be trying to change these after everything is done. Hopefully in the future the victims will get some type of Justice.

  4. That’s insane that it has taken 5 years for her to be sentenced. Totally ridiculous!

  5. Three years???? Seriously, three,… years. And here I thought the sentence for the very similar incident in Tucson was way too light at 8 years.

    We need to start advocating for the Code of Hammurabi.

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