Man pleads guilty to fatal stabbing outside city bar
Leticia Fleury, 25, died after attempting to break up a fight outside a bar on Fairlight Drive in June 2011.
Published Tuesday, October 2, 2012 7:42AM CST
Last Updated Tuesday, October 2, 2012 7:45AM CST
A Saskatoon man has admitted to stabbing a woman to death outside a city bar in June 2011.
Jordan Smith, 23, pleaded guilty to manslaughter at the start of his preliminary hearing on Monday.
Smith says he accidentally stabbed 25-year-old Leticia Fleury during a fight outside a bar on Fairlight Drive.
Court heard Fleury was trying to break up a fight between smith and two other men when she was stabbed in the leg severing a main artery.
Fleury was smith's ex- sister-in-law.
Smith was sentenced to five years and 3 months in prison, with the sentence reduced to four years after credit for time spent in jail while awaiting trial.
Leticia Fleury, 25, died after being stabbed while attempting to break up a fight outside a bar in June 2011.