The sentencing hearing for former reality TV personality Chris Soules has been set for Aug. 27 at 1:30 p.m. in Buchanan County.
Soules was driving a pickup that crashed into a tractor in Buchanan County, killing 66-year-old Kenneth Mosher.
Last Tuesday, a judge said the charges Soules pleaded guilty to means Mosher's death will not be a factor in how he is sentenced. That means Mosher cannot give victim impact statements in court.
A pre-sentencing investigation had included those statements. Because of that, the defense and prosecution asked for another pre-sentencing investigation, and for the judge to delay the sentencing.
Soules pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a deadly crash in April 2017, an aggravated misdemeanor that could mean two years in prison.