Former 'Bachelor' Star Pleads Guilty in Fatal Crash

Lewis Collier
November 14, 2018

If the plea agreement is accepted by the judge, the charge carries a maximum penalty of up to two years in prison and/or a fine between $625 to $6,250.

More than a year since his April 2017 arrest, Chris Soules has entered a new plea in his fatal vehicle crash case.

Soule was arrested after he rear-ended a tractor in April 2017, killing 66-year-old Kenny Mosher.

On Tuesday Soules" defense filed a written guilty plea in Buchanan County Court to a lesser charge of "Information and Aid-Leaving the Scene of an Accident.' Soules did not appear in court on Tuesday.

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Soules had been charged with leaving the scene of a fatal crash, a felony that carries up to five years behind bars.

Soules must report to the department on or before November 20 to begin the process.

However, prosecutors rebutted that Soules was only at the scene of the crash for 14 minutes, which did not satisfy his legal duty.

According to docs, obtained by TMZ, Soules attorney testified his client suffered a concussion during the accident, but still called 911 and administered CPR before paramedics got there. "Because this is a fatality it is necessary for law enforcement to at least have a face to face interaction with those that are involved".

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