Man pleads guilty in crash that killed dean of Marquette University business school

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A guilty plea Wednesday, Oct. 27, from the man accused of hitting and killing the dean of Marquette's business school.

Jordan Jones was driving on a suspended license last February when he struck Joseph Daniels near campus.

On Wednesday, Jones pleaded guilty to driving while his license was suspended, causing death.

Prosecutors agreed to drop a charge of hit-and-run causing death.

Daniels had been named dean of the business school just a month before his death.

Jones will be sentenced on Feb. 3.

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