LI man sentenced in fatal hit-and-run, without forgiveness

State Supreme Court Justice Robert McDonald on Friday,

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State Supreme Court Justice Robert McDonald on Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, sentenced Madi Grant, 36, of Oyster Bay, to 14 to 30 years behind bars for charges including second-degree manslaughter, leaving a fatal crash, driving while intoxicated and arson in a Southern State Parkway hit-and-run that killed Sherman Richardson, 59, of Hempstead. Richardson's widow, Jawana, who was in court, told the defendant, "I will never forgive you and I'm OK with that." (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

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