UPDATE: Victim's Family Members Speak Before Sean Ludwick's Sentencing Of Three To Nine Years For 2015 Fatal Accident In Sag Harbor - 27 East

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UPDATE: Victim’s Family Members Speak Before Sean Ludwick’s Sentencing Of Three To Nine Years For 2015 Fatal Accident In Sag Harbor

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Sean Ludwick accepted a plea deal in U.S. District Court in Central Islip in August and is scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday. TOM MCMORROW/POOL PHOTO

Sean Ludwick accepted a plea deal in U.S. District Court in Central Islip in August and is scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday. TOM MCMORROW/POOL PHOTO

Sean Ludwick accepted a plea deal in U.S. District Court in Central Islip in August and is scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday.

Sean Ludwick accepted a plea deal in U.S. District Court in Central Islip in August and is scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday.

The family of Paul Hansen at Wednesday's sentencing.

The family of Paul Hansen at Wednesday's sentencing.

Sean Ludwick inside Judge Fernando Camacho's courtroom at First District Court in Central Islip on Wednesday

Sean Ludwick inside Judge Fernando Camacho's courtroom at First District Court in Central Islip on Wednesday

 Oct. 18

Oct. 18

 2017. Ludwick was sentenced for killing Paul Hansen while driving drunk in Sag Harbor. JAMES CARBONE/POOL PHOTO

2017. Ludwick was sentenced for killing Paul Hansen while driving drunk in Sag Harbor. JAMES CARBONE/POOL PHOTO

Sean Ludwick inside Judge Fernando Camacho's courtroom at First District Court in Central Islip on Wednesday

Sean Ludwick inside Judge Fernando Camacho's courtroom at First District Court in Central Islip on Wednesday

 Oct. 18

Oct. 18

 2017. Ludwick was sentenced for killing Paul Hansen while driving drunk in Sag Harbor. JAMES CARBONE/POOL PHOTO

2017. Ludwick was sentenced for killing Paul Hansen while driving drunk in Sag Harbor. JAMES CARBONE/POOL PHOTO

Sean Ludwick inside Judge Fernando Camacho's courtroom at First District Court in Central Islip on Wednesday

Sean Ludwick inside Judge Fernando Camacho's courtroom at First District Court in Central Islip on Wednesday

 Oct. 18

Oct. 18

 2017. Ludwick was sentenced for killing Paul Hansen while driving drunk in Sag Harbor. JAMES CARBONE/POO

2017. Ludwick was sentenced for killing Paul Hansen while driving drunk in Sag Harbor. JAMES CARBONE/POO

authorGreg Wehner on Oct 16, 2017
UPDATE: Wednesday, 3:15 p.m. Justice Fernando Camacho allowed members of the Hansen family to say a few words before sentencing Sean Ludwick to three to nine years in a state... more

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