The 32-year-old Robles had been charged with murder, but was found guilty by a jury in March of the lesser charge of first-degree manslaughter. His attorney had argued that Robles was highly intoxicated and could not have formed the intent necessary for a murder conviction. The lawyer called the shooting an accident.
Authorities say Robles leaned into the car Rosado was sitting in at an intersection and fired a .22-caliber bullet into her chest.
Robles apologized to Rosado’s family before breaking down in tears.
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