- The nightmare for Pablo Lyle seems to be about to come to an end, will it be?
- After several postponements, they give the Mexican actor a trial date
- If convicted, he could face up to 15 years in prison.
Three years after being charged with manslaughter for the death of a man he hit during a vehicular incident, Mexican actor Pablo Lyle will finally face trial. His defense and the Miami prosecutor’s office said today that they are ready to start the trial on September 19 that will determine the soap opera actor’s responsibility in the death of a Cuban man in Miami in 2019.
According to information from AP, a jury of six members will be the one to decide if the actor born in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, is guilty or not. If convicted, Pablo Lyle, who will turn 36 in November, could face a sentence of up to 15 years in prison. It only remains to wait…
Before Pablo Lyle’s trial, another evaluation hearing will be held
In a brief judicial hearing in front of Judge Marisa Tinkler Mendez, the parties said that they do not foresee obstacles before the scheduled date. On September 8, however, there will be another evaluation hearing: “I do not foresee that you will have to resolve issues that require a lot of dispute between both parties,” Pablo Lyle’s lawyer, Philip Reizenstein, told the judge.
“A lot of things have already been resolved. We do not disagree on small things, ”he said, after indicating that there is evidence and that what will be discussed is how the law is applied. Minutes earlier, prosecutor Shawn Abuhoff also stated that the state is ready to start the trial.