The West Jordan driver whose semitrailer truck slid off a snowy highway Dec. 18 and hit a Greyhound bus, killing seven passengers, was sentenced on related charges Wednesday.

Robert W. Williams, 47, 6885 S. Redwood Road, was sentenced to three months in jail and $250 for speeding, 12 days in jail and a $300 fine for driving on a suspended license, and two days in jail and a $100 fine for driving on a suspended license.All of the jail time was suspended under a one-year probation that is scheduled for a first review in six months to ensure the fines have been paid, the Summit County attorney's office said.

Williams changed his not guilty plea to "no contest" during a trial April 17 in which jurors were not told the speeding incident had resulted in a fatal accident.