There seemed to be nothing wrong with the SUV Pembroke dentist and alleged drunk driver Christy Natsis was driving before a deadly 2011 crash that killed a 50-year-old man, an OPP officer testified Monday.
Christy Natsis trial
An OPP officer admitted Friday that his report concluding Dr. Christy Natsis caused the crash that killed Bryan Casey includes a string of errors.
After persuading a judge to toss Dr. Christy Natsis' breath samples, her defence on Tuesday tried to block an OPP officer from testifying that Natsis caused the head-on crash that killed Bryan Casey.
Dr. Christy Natsis’ SUV was not braking at the moment it struck Bryan Casey’s truck, her trial on charges including drunk driving causing death heard Wednesday.
A judge put the brakes on testimony Tuesday about how fast Dr. Christy Natsis' SUV was going and whether there was braking or acceleration before a fatal crash.
A lawyer for a Pembroke dentist accused of killing a man while driving drunk argued Monday that evidence including breath readings more than double the legal limit should be tossed out.
Crown witnesses and cross-examination king Michael Edelson got a break Wednesday during the trial of Dr. Christy Natsis, who is facing charges of impaired and dangerous driving and driving while over the legal limit, all causing death.
A woman in a crashed black SUV asked for help and a piece of gum when passersby came across the wreck on Hwy. 17 near Arnprior, the trial of Pembroke dentist Dr. Christy Natsis heard Tuesday.
Bryan Casey was dying inside his white Dodge pickup when Anne Lavoie approached him on Highway 17 near Arnprior.
Anne Lavoie settled into her cross-examination with the calm acceptance of a long-haul trucker heading from Beloeil, QC to Thunder Bay.