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Fatal motorcycle group crash suspect makes plea deal

Twenty-six-year-old Hilbert, Wisconsin resident Clinton Lovelace has been convicted after pleading no contest on Tuesday, September 24 to charges of killing someone by negligent operation of a vehicle when he crashed into a group of Michigan motorcyclists in 2012, causing the death of two people in the group.

Lovelace’s Alford plea means he did not admit guilt to the crime, only to the fact that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him.

He previously faced 12 felonies after hitting a group of riders, known as the Muskegon Motorcycle Club, on a Fond du Lac highway in May, killing Daniel Winsemus and Douglas Yonkers, and injuring eight other people.

He is facing a potential 40-year jail imprisonment sentence. The formal sentencing is set for February 6.

If you or a loved one has been harmed by another’s reckless driving in Kenosha, get in touch with Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. Our lawyers can help you understand your legal options and possibly help you pursue justice and compensation when you call (262) 652-4900.

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