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Man Apologizes to Victim's Family After Guilty Plea for Intoxication Manslaughter

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) - He had a blood alcohol almost three times the legal limit the night he crash his car into a another vehicle, killing 51-year old Rita Bravo, but on Wednesday, 26-year old Adrian Amaya was in court apologizing to the victim's family after a surprise guilty plea.

Kiii News Anchor Rudy Trevino was there for the tearful punishment phase in the intoxication manslaughter trial and came back with the details.
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