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Teen gets a year in high-speed death

A Great Falls teenager convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of a friend was sentenced to one year in prison.

Prosecutors said Saadet Muslu, 18, was driving faster than 100 mph in September when her car crashed on the George Washington Parkway. One of the passengers, Jessie Little, 21, was killed and two others were seriously injured.

Muslu has already served six months in jail. When her sentence ends, she will spend the next 10 years talking to teens about the dangers of speeding and what it’s like to go to prison.

From wire dispatches and staff reports.