FILE - In a Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017 file photo, Michelle Carter awaits her sentencing in a courtroom in Taunton, Mass., for involuntary manslaughter for encouraging Conrad Roy III to kill himself in July 2014. Prosecutors are asking a judge to order Michelle Carter to begin serving her 15-month jail sentence for encouraging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself. Michelle Carter will appear in court Monday, Feb. 11, 2019 for a hearing to consider prosecutors’ request. (Matt West/The Boston Herald via AP, Pool, File)


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FILE – In a Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017 file photograph, Michelle Carter awaits her sentencing in a courtroom in Taunton, Mass., for involuntary manslaughter for encouraging Conrad Roy III to kill himself in July 2014. Prosecutors are asking a choose to order Michelle Carter to start serving her 15-month jail sentence for encouraging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself. Michelle Carter will seem in courtroom Monday, Feb. 11, 2019 for a listening to to contemplate prosecutors’ request. (Matt West/The Boston Herald through AP, Pool, File)


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TAUNTON, Mass. — Prosecutors are asking a choose to order a Massachusetts girl to start serving her 15-month jail sentence for encouraging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself.

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Michelle Carter will seem in courtroom Monday for a listening to to contemplate prosecutors’ request.

Carter was convicted in 2017 of involuntary manslaughter for her function within the loss of life of Conrad Roy III. The choose allowed Carter to stay free whereas she appeals in state courtroom.

Massachusetts’ highest courtroom upheld her conviction final week.

Legal professionals for the 22-year-old Carter have mentioned they plan to attraction to the U.S. Supreme Court docket.

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The choose discovered Carter brought on Roy’s loss of life when she instructed him over the cellphone to get again in his truck that was filling with poisonous fuel.

Carter’s attorneys say she is not accountable for Roy’s suicide.

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