Nashika Bramble’s punishment was not in doubt Tuesday, when she appeared in Telluride District Court: She had been convicted in July of the first-degree murder of her two daughters and the mandatory sentence in Colorado for the offense is life without parole.

Still, the sentencing judge said she felt compelled to address Bramble’s “abhorrent” conduct that caused the deaths of Makayla Roberts, 10, and Hannah Marshall, 8, on a Norwood farm in 2017.

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