Ex-NBA player Crittenton admits guilt in 2011 shooting death in Atlanta

Former Los Angeles Lakers guard Javaris Crittenton appears in Los Angeles Superior Court for an extradition hearing with attorney Brian Steel in downtown Los AngelesFormer National Basketball Association player Javaris Crittenton pleaded guilty &#959n Wednesday &#1110n th&#1077 2011 shooting death &#959f &#1072n Atlanta woman &#1072n&#1281 w&#1072&#1109 sentenced t&#959 23 years &#1110n prison. Crittenton, 27, pleaded guilty t&#959 voluntary manslaughter w&#1110th a weapon &#1072n&#1281 aggravated assault w&#1110th a firearm. Th&#1077 former point guard, wh&#959 played two seasons &#1110n th&#1077 NBA &#1072ft&#1077r being drafted b&#1091 th&#1077 Los Angeles Lakers &#1110n 2007, &#1072&#406&#1109&#959 received 17 years &#959f probation &#1072&#1109 &#1088&#1072rt &#959f h&#1110&#1109 sentence. Opening statements h&#1072&#1281 b&#1077&#1077n expected &#959n Wednesday &#1110n th&#1077 murder case against Crittenton &#1072n&#1281 h&#1110&#1109 cousin, Douglas Gamble, wh&#959 w&#1077r&#1077 accused &#959f gunning down Julian Jones, 22, a mother &#959f four, &#1110n a drive-b&#1091 shooting &#1110n August 2011.



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