An ex-”Melrose Place” actress’ vehicular homicide case will be assigned to a different judge for resentencing after the first judge refused to modify his sentence after it was deemed too lenient.

The three-year sentence imposed on Amy Locane for a crash that killed one person and seriously injured another was “a hair’s breadth away from illegal,” and “shocks the conscience,” the Appellate Division said Friday in State v. Locane.

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