An Ohio man posted a three-minute video online last week admitting that he “blacked-out” while driving drunk, killing 61-year old Vincent Canzani on June 22.
Matthew Cordle turned himself in Monday after being charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and driving under the influence.
In the video, the 22 year old stated, "When I get charged, I'll plead guilty and take full responsibility for everything I've done to Vincent and his family." He also begged people not to drink and drive.
But is Cordle's video an attempt to affect his sentence?
Dr. Drew told HLN this week, “You cannot argue with the begging of people not to drink and drive. That message is unassailable. This kid's video, however -- I don't buy it.”
Hear the full explanation in the video player above.
If Cordie follows through with the guilty plea this month, he faces a maximum sentence of eight and a half years in prison if he is convicted.