Essex crash victim says 96-hour sentence too lenient- WCAX

She will be suffering from injuries caused by a drunk driver for the rest of her life. Shirley Snelling Sexton says ‘credit for time served’ for the repeat DUI offender who slammed into her while she was operating a snow-blower just isn’t justice.

"Snelling Sexton says she has been living with constant pain and her husband says an expected plea deal of 96 hours-- all time served-- and five years probation is not enough. That deal is expected to be presented in court Tuesday. “The frustration in not being able to face Mr. Arnold, look him in the eye, read my victim’s statement, my wife’s and my daughter’s, because our lives have been devastated. This is not going away; this is for life now,” said Jim Sexton, Shirley Snelling Sexton’s husband."

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  • David Flemming
    published this page in The News 2020-12-29 12:31:33 -0500