Herrera, 58, a laborer, will serve the sentences concurrently. He must serve at least 10 years in prison before becoming eligible for parole and will be given credit for the 447 days he has served in the McLennan County Jail waiting for his cases to be resolved.
The debate, scheduled for Sept. 16, 2024, will be the first of four for the general election. The San Marcos school would be the first Texas university to hold a presidential debate, Texas State officials said.
The lawsuit was filed Wednesday on the couple’s behalf by Dallas attorney Luke H. Metzler and Waco attorney Ryan C. Johnson and alleges negligence on the part of the hospital staff and the doctors for failing to properly monitor restrictions in the baby’s growth, decreased fetal movement and the loss of amniotic fluid.