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Former Prison Break star Lane Garrison may serve only 90 days in jail for the December DUI car crash that resulted in the death of 17-year-old Vahagn Setian.

Garrison was not sentenced at today's Los Angeles County court hearing, but "remanded... to the Department of Corrections for diagnostics," Judge Eldon Fox decreed. In May, Garrison pleaded guilty to all charges.

Setian's father, the two other teenage victims who were in the car, and psychologists were among the witnesses who testified today. Garrison also testified on his own behalf.

Jane Robison, spokesperson for the L.A. County District Attorney's office explains to TV Guide: Garrison's "being sent to corrections [jail] for 90 days, for evaluation, to see if he's suitable for probation.

"In 90 days the prison officials will evaluate him, and the State Department will issue a report. [Judge Fox] will take that under advisement and he will be sentenced in October. The D.A. is still recommending four years, but yes, it is possible that he could go before the judge, be deemed remorseful and suitable for probation, and not serve additional prison time - there is a
possibility that [Garrison] will not serve time beyond the 90 days." - Reporting by N.F. Mendoza