Dr. Christy Natsis will be home in time for Christmas after Ontario’s Court of Appeal agreed to release her on bail pending a legal challenge to her convictions for impaired and dangerous driving causing death.
Christy Natsis trial
“You killed a human being.” - LeeEllen Carroll, widow of Bryan Casey
The Crown wants Dr. Christy Natsis to spend between six and eight years in prison, while her defence team argues that a jail term between three-and-a-half and four years is most appropriate. Natsis will also spend 40 additional days in prison as a result of her breach of conditions charge after being arrested for buying two 12-ounce bottled of vodka in 2011, contrary to her release conditions.