Prosecutors seek 10 years on each charge
DALLAS -- The defense attorney for former Dallas Cowboy Dwayne Goodrich, convicted of criminally negligent homicide in the hit-and-run deaths of two good Samaritans, urged jurors Monday not to vote for any punishment for Goodrich if they felt they had been improperly informed of their options.
Jurors weren't told until Monday that probation wasn't an option
for Goodrich. Originally charged with manslaughter, Goodrich was
convicted Friday of the lesser offense, considered a state jail
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