Duty counsel Jennifer Tremblay Hall asked the judge to impose a $1,200 fine.
Her readings were 220 and 210 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.
very concerned about the carnage we've had on our highways and streets, Ontario Court Justice Nathalie Gregson said, pointing to a recent fatality in the community.
The Crown and defence counsel Gus Palombi jointly proposed the elevated fine.
endangered her young children's lives, her own life and everyone on the highway. told the judge she's sorry for what happened. taken every step to get better. agreed with the Crown and imposed a $2,000 penalty, despite the factors of the good things Conroy is doing.
Police located him on Queen Street East.
Evans was charged July 19 after his truck struck a parked car on Heath Road and damaged a fence on Bennett Boulevard.
His breathalyser tests recorded readings of 160 and 140 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.
Evans' dangerous driving and the accident warranted an elevated penalty, Pascuzzi said.
Hefty fines for drinking and driving
Since she was charged Conroy has attended the detox centre, joined Alcoholics Anonymous and completed a 28 day treatment program, Tremblay Hall said.
At the police station, he admitted he had consumed six beer and a rum and coke, prosecutor Mary Pascuzzi said.
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on a Saturday during a long weekend.
a wonder you didn't kill yourself or someone else, she told Evans. on July 6 about a vehicle southbound on Highway 17 in the Goulais River area.
Palombi asked the judge to give his client six months to pay because he is a third year Algoma University student, who only works part time.
The vehicle was all over the road and crossed the centre line six times, Pascuzzi said.
vehicles, two taking evasive actions, almost got hit by the vehicle, the assistant Crown attorney argued.
to pay more than the mandatory minimum penalty of $1,000, because of the circumstances surrounding their driving.
This incident her to take action and taken every step, the lawyer said.
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stopped Conroy, who had two small children in the back of the vehicle, she indicated she had had some wine earlier.
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