LIVE: Marco Muzzo sentencing expected today

News Mar 29, 2016 by Jeremy Grimaldi King Connection

UPDATE: Marco Muzzo was sentenced to 10 years in prison and banned from driving for 12 years after his time in custody.

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Marco Muzzo is in court this morning awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to impaired driving causing death.

The collision killed Daniel Neville-Lake, 9, his brother Harrison, 5, their sister Milly, 2, and their grandfather, Gary Neville, 65.

The facts of the case involve Muzzo getting off a private jet in Toronto Sept. 27 after his bachelor party in Miami.

He then jumped in his Jeep Cherokee to drive home to King.

In the lead up to the crash, Muzzo was driving 85 km/h, slowed to 54 km/h and then 43 km/h, removed his foot from the brake and then T-boned the Neville-Lake’s Caravan 3.7 seconds after first applying the brakes, according to data recovered from the vehicle.

He slowed, but did not stop at the stop sign, even though conditions were ideal for visibility, according to witnesses.

After the crash, Muzzo’s vehicle then collided with a white Mercedes.

After the Neville-Lake vehicle ended up in a ditch, a number of witnesses said Muzzo wasn't acting "normal”, suggesting his eyes were glossy and he was stumbling.

Police said Muzzo had urinated himself and couldn't understand basic directions.

An initial breath test indicated he had 192 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood. A second test showed 204 mg., which is nearly three times the legal limit.

By the time his breath sample was taken, all the children had died, the court heard.

LIVE: Marco Muzzo sentencing expected today

News Mar 29, 2016 by Jeremy Grimaldi King Connection

UPDATE: Marco Muzzo was sentenced to 10 years in prison and banned from driving for 12 years after his time in custody.

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Muzzo displayed "irresponsible" attitude toward "privilege" of driving, justice says after reading 10-year sentence   March 29, 2016

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UPDATED: Neville-Lake says it was horrible to hear her children's names read out during Muzzo guilty plea   Feb. 4, 2016

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Marco Muzzo is in court this morning awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to impaired driving causing death.

The collision killed Daniel Neville-Lake, 9, his brother Harrison, 5, their sister Milly, 2, and their grandfather, Gary Neville, 65.

The facts of the case involve Muzzo getting off a private jet in Toronto Sept. 27 after his bachelor party in Miami.

He then jumped in his Jeep Cherokee to drive home to King.

In the lead up to the crash, Muzzo was driving 85 km/h, slowed to 54 km/h and then 43 km/h, removed his foot from the brake and then T-boned the Neville-Lake’s Caravan 3.7 seconds after first applying the brakes, according to data recovered from the vehicle.

He slowed, but did not stop at the stop sign, even though conditions were ideal for visibility, according to witnesses.

After the crash, Muzzo’s vehicle then collided with a white Mercedes.

After the Neville-Lake vehicle ended up in a ditch, a number of witnesses said Muzzo wasn't acting "normal”, suggesting his eyes were glossy and he was stumbling.

Police said Muzzo had urinated himself and couldn't understand basic directions.

An initial breath test indicated he had 192 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood. A second test showed 204 mg., which is nearly three times the legal limit.

By the time his breath sample was taken, all the children had died, the court heard.

LIVE: Marco Muzzo sentencing expected today

News Mar 29, 2016 by Jeremy Grimaldi King Connection

UPDATE: Marco Muzzo was sentenced to 10 years in prison and banned from driving for 12 years after his time in custody.

Related content

Muzzo displayed "irresponsible" attitude toward "privilege" of driving, justice says after reading 10-year sentence   March 29, 2016

Muzzo sentenced to 10 years   March 29, 2016

Muzzo says he's 'tortured' by decision to drive drunk   Feb. 24, 2016

UPDATED: Neville-Lake says it was horrible to hear her children's names read out during Muzzo guilty plea   Feb. 4, 2016

Muzzo returning home from stag when crash occurred: reports   Sept. 29, 2015

Marco Muzzo is in court this morning awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to impaired driving causing death.

The collision killed Daniel Neville-Lake, 9, his brother Harrison, 5, their sister Milly, 2, and their grandfather, Gary Neville, 65.

The facts of the case involve Muzzo getting off a private jet in Toronto Sept. 27 after his bachelor party in Miami.

He then jumped in his Jeep Cherokee to drive home to King.

In the lead up to the crash, Muzzo was driving 85 km/h, slowed to 54 km/h and then 43 km/h, removed his foot from the brake and then T-boned the Neville-Lake’s Caravan 3.7 seconds after first applying the brakes, according to data recovered from the vehicle.

He slowed, but did not stop at the stop sign, even though conditions were ideal for visibility, according to witnesses.

After the crash, Muzzo’s vehicle then collided with a white Mercedes.

After the Neville-Lake vehicle ended up in a ditch, a number of witnesses said Muzzo wasn't acting "normal”, suggesting his eyes were glossy and he was stumbling.

Police said Muzzo had urinated himself and couldn't understand basic directions.

An initial breath test indicated he had 192 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood. A second test showed 204 mg., which is nearly three times the legal limit.

By the time his breath sample was taken, all the children had died, the court heard.