Thursday, January 26, 2012

In Tennessee, City man pleads guilty in Criminal Court in shaken baby case | Shaken Baby Syndrome

Jacob David Vines, an Elizabethton Tennessee man, reportedly accused of injuring a child in a shaken baby syndrome case, has entered into a plea agreement.
Jacob David Vines reportedly pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated child abuse, which was downgraded from aggravated child abuse. Vines, who reportedly remains incarcerated and will be sentenced on Feb. 10.
The plea came unexpectedly. Vines was scheduled to appear in court for a motion hearing.  Vines reportedly said in the motion that he has been unable to financially support his case in court.
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