Jessin Stateman Wiki – Jessin Stateman Biography

A young man charged with murder as a teenager for shooting and killing someone outside Fayette Mall was sentenced to 12 years in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to manslaughter. Jessin Stateman  21, of Danville, was sentenced by Fayette Circuit Judge Kimberly Bunnell to 12 years in prison. She was given years for manslaughter and five years for criminal mischief, to which she also pleaded guilty. Three of her five years for her criminal conduct will coincide with her sentence of 10 years for manslaughter, bringing her total sentence to 12 years.

Stateman faced charges of first-degree murder and criminal mischief after a deadly November 2020 shooting that left 23-year-old Jermaine Barber dead. A jury trial was held in January, but jurors returned deadlocked, unable to reach a verdict.

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The age of Jessin Stateman is 21 years.


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She accepted a plea deal offered by prosecutors, upgrading her murder charge to second-degree manslaughter, according to Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Amanda Morgan. Stateman’s attorney, Wayne Roberts, spoke before the sentence was imposed. He said that while the situation cannot be corrected, Stateman was “sorry that (Barber) passed away.”

“I think he’s a good man, and a situation happened that he didn’t know how to handle,” Roberts said. Stateman also spoke on his own behalf and said he was sorry, and if he could take it back, he would. “I may never be forgiven for what happened, but I hope we can get some closure,” he said. “…All of this could have been avoided if he hadn’t been involved in the activity leading up to this point.”

He said he knew the sentence would give him time to “fix his thinking.”bBarber’s aunt, Janetta Barber, spoke at the hearing about her nephew, saying that he was “athletic, energetic and always supported his family.” She said that unlike Stateman, Barber would never have a chance to go back and correct whatever wrong he made. She also questioned Stateman’s remorse.Read More……


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