South Haven nurse sentenced to 30 to 75 years for second-degree murder

The South Haven nurse accused of being high on meth while caring for a home care patient was sentenced to 30 to 75 years in prison, according to the Berrien County Prosecutor's Office.

In February, a jury found Judith Sobol guilty of second-degree murder.

Sobol admitted to injecting and smoking methamphetamine before going to work in June 2022.

During her shift, a three-year-old patient in her care was found unresponsive. The patient later died at the hospital. 

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