Think he’s unlearned a lifetime of bad habits in 3 months? Nah.
Though Corn asked for probation, Scott sentenced Corn to most of the maximum nine-year term he could have received.
Believing the sentence to be too harsh, however, Frank Dice, Corn’s attorney, was scheduled to present a motion asking Scott to reconsider his sentence.
But Scott said he took the crash and other examples of Corn’s previous behavior, which included a substance-abuse problem, into account when he handed Corn the sentence.
Corn was “described as someone who is always in trouble, someone who always caused troubled,” Scott said in March. “And that is from his friends.”