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SHOTLIST:Pool Video - AP Clients OnlyFranklin County, Ohio1. Various of Matthew Cordle YouTube video playing in court2. SOUNDBITE (English) Matthew Cordle, Sentenced for Aggravated Vehicular Homicide (Transcript Below)3. Mid of prosecutor in court 4. SOUNDBITE (english) Angela Canzani, Victim's Daughter (Transcribed Below)Ohio Dept. Of Transportation - Courtesy - AP Clients OnlyFrankin Country Violation - June 22, 20135. Photo of victim's vehicle at crash scenePool Video - AP Clients OnlyFranklin County, Ohio -- Oct. 23, 20136. Wide of Matthew Cordle YouTube video being played in court7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dave Cordle, Father (Transcribed Below)8. Mid of Matthew Cordle as proceeding ends.VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:THIS POWERFUL CONFESSION -- UPLOADED TO YOUTUBE AND VIEWED WELL OVER TWO MILLION TIMES -- SHOWS 22 YEAR OLD MATTHEW CORDLE CONFESSING TO KILLING A MAN IN A DUI ACCIDENT EARLIER THIS YEAR.HE PLEADS WITH VIEWERS NOT TO DRINK AND DRIVE.WEDNESDAY -- THE VIDEO WAS PLAYED IN COURT SHORTLY BEFORE CORDLE LEARNED HIS PUNISHMENT ---- A SIX AND A HALF YEAR PRISON SENTENCE. CORDLE APOLOGIZED TO THE VICTIM'S FAMILY.SOUNDBITE: Matthew Cordle, Guilty of Vehicular Homicide"it should have been me that night...the guilty party....instead of an innocent man."PROSECUTOR'S WANTED THE MAXIMUM SENTENCE --- MORE THAN 8 YEARS IN PRISON --- AND SO DID THE VICTIM'S DAUGHTER.SOUNDBITE: Angela Canzani, Victim's Daughter"my father got a death sentence and did nothing wrong....eight and a half years is nothing....anything less than that would be unjust."DASHCAM VIDEO SHOWS CORDLE GOING THE WRONG WAY ON THE HIGHWAY THE NIGHT HE WAS DRUNK.THIS IS THE VICTIM'S OVERTURNED VEHICLE.Vincent canzani WAS A TALENTED ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER.BUT HIS EX-WIFE SAID IN A LETTER THAT HE WOULDN'T have FAVORed THE MAXIMUM PENALTY.CORDLE'S FATHER ALSO ADDRESSED THE COURT.SOUNDBITE: Dave Cordle, Father "i am very disappointed, disgusted and heartbroken at the choices Matthew made that night."HE DIDN'T ASK FOR LENIENCY, HOWEVER.INSTEAD, HE EXPRESSED HIS SORROW AND SAID HE HE HOPES CANZANI'S FAMILY CAN SOMEDAY FORGIVE HIS SON.SIG OUT/ASSOCIATED PRESS.