A woman was fined more than $200 in connection with an accident that critically injured a Johns Hopkins University student.
Jeanette Marie Walke, 83, pleaded guilty to charges of negligent driving and failing to yield right of way to a bicyclist in a designated lane, according to online court records.
According to an email from a Charles Village Court Watch member, Walke was fined a total of $220.
Walke was involved in an collision with Johns Hopkins University student Nathan Krasnopoler on West University Parkway in March. Krasnopoler, 20, remains in a coma and is not expected to regain consciousness.
Krasnopoler's family is suing Walke for $10 million.