One of the darkest times in their lives, the Ybarras say, was made worse by Judge Evans. Today by phone, she told us she can’t remember the case well enough to make a comment.
“We were there on time, every single day we were told to be there,” Ybarra said. “And to know now that the judge just came and went as she pleased, not important to her, just another case. Another file. Let’s move on.”
Coakley was convicted of manslaughter in December 2016, sentenced to up to 15 years in prison.