San Antonio – The judicial transaction was accepted Thursday by 18-year-old J Maria Pope Williams, who was previously charged with murder over the death of 19-year-old Jasmine Williams on July 14, 2020.
Pope Williams has now pleaded guilty to dwindling robbery charges. The murder charges have been reduced as part of a judicial transaction.
Other conditions for the plea included the testimony of the other five co-defendants.
Williams was shot in the house and her tennis shoes, piggy bank, debit card and cell phone were robbed.
Pope Williams also calls for deferred rule, a form of probation, in his ruling.
Thursday’s hearing was presided over by Judge Velia Meza of the 226th District Court. Majora would later rule over Pope Williams.
Sharp robbery is a first-degree offense and the punishment can range between 5 to 99 years or life imprisonment.
The other five co-defendants are still charged with murder and are open for trial until this fall.
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