Dr. Christy Natsis will learn her fate in October, a Pembroke court decided Tuesday.
Christy Natsis trial
OTTAWA – Christy Natsis will take her sentencing hearing to her native Pembroke after her May 29 convictions in the 2011 drunk driving death of Bryan Casey.
Prominent Pembroke dentist Christy Natsis could have her dental licence revoked following convictions for impaired and dangerous driving causing death, Ontario’s Royal College of Dental Surgeons said Tuesday.
March 31, 2011: Pembroke dentist Dr. Christy Natsis drinks two glasses of Chardonnay at Kanata's Crazy Horse bar with a male friend. They share two pounds of wings and leave. Witnesses say Natsis is unsteady on her feet and backs into a car in the parking lot before driving away in her SUV.
Pembroke dentist Dr. Christy Natsis remains free on bail but she is likely looking at prison time after her convictions Friday for drunk and dangerous driving causing the death of Bryan Casey.
Despite 55 intense trial days, Charter challenges and accusations of police bungling, Pembroke dentist Dr. Christy Natsis was convicted of causing the death of Bryan Casey.
Justice Neil Kozloff handed Dr. Christy Natsis a verdict of guilty on charges of impaired driving causing death and dangerous driving causing death.
A Pembroke dentist on trial for impaired driving causing death shouldn't be found guilty of anything after biased and incompetent provincial police so badly bungled the case that none of their work can be safely relied upon, defence lawyers argue in their closing submissions to the long-running case of Dr. Christy Natsis.