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Cornelia woman gets 2-year prison sentence in vehicular homicide
Marshall previously convicted in death of motorcyclist
Ruby Marshall looks toward the back of Hall Countuy Superior Court Thurdsay morning during her sentencing hearing for vehicular homicide. The Cornelia woman was convicted on charges stemming from a deadly motorcycle wreck in October 2014.
Calling it a “totally tragic situation,” Superior Court Judge Bonnie Oliver sentenced Ruby Marie Marshall to two years in confinement for vehicular homicide. “Two families have suffered,” Oliver said, speaking of Marshall’s family and the family of Jerald Benjamin Freeman, 47, of Cornelia. Freeman was thrown from his motorcycle in October 2014 after veering off of Pea Ridge Road in Lula when Marshall crossed the center line.