Canadian News Sep 22, 2020 5:18 PM EST

Notorious Nova Scotia drunk driver sentenced to 15 years in prison

A man who has garnered a reputation for drunk driving has been slapped with a 15-year prison sentence by a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge.

Notorious Nova Scotia drunk driver sentenced to 15 years in prison
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A man who has garnered a reputation for drunk driving has been slapped with a 15-year prison sentence by a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge, according to CTV News.

Terry Lee Naugle, 62, has pleaded guilty to a total of eight counts in connection with three separate drunk driving incidents between July 2019 and February 2020.

CTV News reported that "Justice Jamie Campbell accepted a joint sentencing recommendation submitted by the Crown and the defence during a hearing today in Halifax," with Campbell adding that the sentence was appropriate considering that Naugle has 71 prior convictions for a host of offences.

The judge noted that Naugle's record is "appalling," noting that he should have to spend a "very long time in jail" even though Naugle has lung cancer and would likely not live past his sentence.

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