Wyoming: screwball was intentionally swerving on road when he wrecked; gets up to 40 years for DUI crash

From Laramie Boomerang
A Laramie man who wrecked a vehicle while driving drunk and seriously injured two passengers has been sentenced to up to 40 years in prison.
Gary Allen James, 36, was sentenced Thursday in Second Judicial District Court to 32-40 years in the Wyoming State Penitentiary for two counts of felony drunken driving and two counts of aggravated assault and battery.
The convictions stem from a drunken driving wreck that took place in the early morning hours of April 15, 2010.
E. Kurt Britzius, an Albany County deputy prosecuting attorney, said he was pleased with the outcome of the case.
“In Wyoming, you have to have a spread; a low number and a high number,” Britzius said. “I was asking for maximum low numbers and maximum high numbers … so he’s either incarcerated or he’s under some sort of supervision, that being probation and parole, for the rest of his natural life. He’ll be 76 by the time he’s off supervision.”  …..MORE