District Judge James Mitchell, of the 30th Judicial District Court, sentenced Kristyn Hoffpauir to 55 years in the Louisiana Department of Corrections on June 6, exactly one year after pleading guilty to manslaughter, conspiracy to commit manslaughter and obstruction of justice in connection with the murder of Christopher Hoffpauir in June 2010.


District Judge James Mitchell, of the 30th Judicial District Court, sentenced Kristyn Hoffpauir to 55 years in the Louisiana Department of Corrections on June 6, exactly one year after pleading guilty to manslaughter, conspiracy to commit manslaughter and obstruction of justice in connection with the murder of Christopher Hoffpauir in June 2010.
Kristyn Hoffpauir was sentenced to 30 years hard labor in Louisiana Department of Corrections for the manslaughter charge and 20 years hard labor for conspiracy to commit manslaughter. Both charges are concurrent with one another. She will also serve 25 years hard labor for obstruction of justice that will run consecutive to the two other charges.
On June 16, 2010, two days after the body of Christopher Hoffpauir, Kristyn Hoffpauir's estranged husband, was found, Kristyn Hoffpauir was arrested after admitting to police that, although she was there at the time of the murder, it was Justin Sizemore who shot and killed Christopher Hoffpauir. She has already served roughly two years at the Vernon Parish Jail.
District Attorney Asa Skinner, said there is no word yet on when Sizemore will be sentenced after being found guilty of second degree murder.