Should never be allowed to drive again for life.
Aaron Corn, 19, was sentenced to seven years and four months for driving under the influence and causing great bodily injury, and vehicle theft in connection with the Feb. 21, 2010, crash after a night of partying at a Pacific Grove home. Corn, who has been in jail since the accident, gets credit for about a year and a month time served. He pleaded no contest to the charges in January as part of a plea deal.
The former Pacific Grove High School baseball player faced a maximum of about 10 years in prison, which prosecutor Todd Hornik requested. Defense attorney Frank Dice asked for felony probation and substance abuse treatment.