Judge corrects sentencing error for drunk driver

A Lenawee County Circuit Court judge has repealed a sentencing error for Troy Wayne Cox, a repeat drunk driver who was sentenced to two to five years in prison after violating his probation for a second time.

After a 20-mile pursuit, Cox was arrested on December 2, 2011 for driving while intoxicated. His first sentence was a six-month work release sentence and probation. In October 2013, Cox was arrested and sent to prison for driving while intoxicated, marking his second probation violation. In addition to the two probation violations, Cox has had five convictions for drinking and driving … read more

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