‘Sunny’ Tammy Sytch Granted Public Defender In DUI Manslaughter Case

3 months ago by WrestleTalk

‘Sunny’ Tammy Sytch Granted Public Defender In DUI Manslaughter Case PWInsider

Some legal updates have emerged on the DUI Manslaughter case regarding WWE Hall of Famer Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch.

Sytch is currently facing criminal proceedings, after being arrested in connection to a traffic fatality incident back on March 25, and faces a total of nine charges including DUI Manslaughter.

Steven deLaroche, the attorney who had been tasked with representing Sytch, previously had his motion granted to withdraw from the case.

PWInsider now reports that Sytch has been approved for a public defender in this case. A pre-trial hearing is scheduled for August 11.

The report also revealed that the State of Pennsylvania has issued a delinquency notice to Sytch. The notice reportedly informed Sytch that she was 1,183 Days overdue in making payments towards court costs connected to separate DUI arrests in that State in 2015 and 2016.  Sytch now owes $4,544.30 to Carbon County in the Keystone State, per the report.

We will continue to provide updates on Tammy Sytch as they become available. Previous updates on the ongoing case are available at this link.

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