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Written by Neil Bowen on March 22, 2016
A mentally ill and impaired driver who was involved in a crash was given the mandatory four-month sentence despite arguments by his defence lawyer in Sarnia court.
David Stewart Gamble, 60, of Sarnia previously pleaded guilty to the Aug. 7, 2014 care or control of a vehicle while impaired by drugs and alcohol, along with driving while disqualified. But sentencing was delayed until Monday.
On Monday, Gamble pleaded guilty to driving without insurance on Aug. 7.
Read the full article: The Sarnia Observer