DETROIT - A woman who was recorded on cellphone video stabbing another woman on a Detroit city bus is scheduled to be sentenced after a jury found her guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
Tiffanie Edwards, 29, was originally charged with first-degree murder when Charla Williams, 50, died after the stabbing. But the jury convicted her of the lesser charge.
"I apologize to everyone who was affected by the tragic event that occurred," Edwards said. "I am very remorseful."
Edwards was sentenced to 12 to 30 years in prison by Judge Cynthia Gray Hathaway.
"Everywhere you go, you should have the attitude, 'I am going to do what is right and now what's wrong,' especially when it comes to hurting other people," Hathaway said.
Video: Tiffanie Edwards statement to the judge
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