On Thursday, Kennesaw State University student Jessica Colotl was found guilty of driving without a license but not guilty of impeding traffic, according to CNN.
The offense might lead to a year's imprisonment, although the mandatory mimimum is 48 hours -- 45.5 of which, according to Colotl's lawyer Jerome Lee, she has already served. Colotl will return to court on Monday, when Lee plans on appealing the Cobb County jury's decision.
The 22-year-old undocumented Mexican student first made headlines in May, some weeks after a traffic misdemeanor led to her discovery as an undocumented immigrant. When it was disclosed that Colotl had been paying in-state tuition at Kennesaw State, the Georgia public university system re-evaluated their stance on undocumented students. After a series of rulings, the stated decided in last month to ban Illegal immigrants from attending a number of local college and universities.
Earlier this year, Colotl's pending deportation was delayed until she gets her degree from Kennesaw State.
Check out the report from My Fox Atlanta below. What do you think of the ruling? Let us know in the comments section.
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