He will also lose his driver’s license for a year, far longer than the typical 45-day suspension imposed on most first-offenders. And he’ll have to pay restitution to at least one of the people whose property he damaged.
Defense lawyer William O’Hare said his client had gone to college and worked in nursing homes but developed an alcohol problem in midlife. “The alcohol abuse came on very rapidly,” said O’Hare, who told the judge Thuranira wants help for his problem when he gets out of jail.
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