The media talks about Chelsie all the time, but it was reported that 4 others were injured, Corn took the car without permission AND was on probation. Stay in jail, boy.
A Pacific Grove man who paralyzed a friend in a drunken-driving accident will get another chance to get out of prison.
The 6th District Court of Appeals this week reversed the seven-year prison sentence of Aaron Corn and remanded him for a new sentencing hearing before Judge Russell Scott.
The three-judge panel unanimously concurred with Corn that Scott wrongly concluded the then-18-year-old was ineligible for probation after paralyzing Chelsie Hill. In a unanimous ruling written by Justice Patricia Bamattre-Manoukian, the panel voiced no opinion about what Corn’s new sentence should be, only that probation should be on the table.