Emma Coronel, 31, pleaded guilty to three counts of drug trafficking in the US (Illustration: Infobae México).
11:23 The judge suggests to pass sentence, take into account other cases similar to those of Emma Coronel.
11:19 Prosecutor Anthony Nardozzi recommends that the judge hand down a 48-month prison sentence on the grounds that Emma Coronel was not a drug boss, but just a cog in the criminal organization led by her husband, Joaquín el Chapo Guzman.
11:12 am Coronel is identified by Judge Rudolph Contreras as a minor participant in the trafficking of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana to the United States. This will allow Coronel to obtain a lesser sentence.
11:07 Judge Rudolph Contreras appears, presiding over the case. Coronel is represented by attorneys Jeffrey Lichtman and Mariel Colon.
11:00 (GMT-6) The sentencing hearing of Emma Coronel begins in a federal court in Washington DC, United States.
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