Bobby England was sentenced to 48 years in prison for two aggravated vehicular homicides committed March 14, 2008. His consecutive sentences of 24 years were affirmed by the Court of Criminal Appeals. His history include 5 DUI convictions, two felony convictions, failed attempts at supervision and the fact that he was on probation when he committed the offense.
The defense argued the sentence should have been less, because the two killed were passengers of the defendant. The Court refused to create a law that would de-value the lives of passengers. Kudos to ADA Gary McKenzie and General Randy York for their efforts.
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