Morgan John Taylor received a sentence of 26 months this morning in Port aux Basques provincial court for dangerous driving causing death.
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Morgan John Taylor was sentenced to 26 months for dangerous driving causing death.
The charges are in relation to the January 2011 death of Christopher Farrell.
Mr. Taylor has already served four months in custody in relation to these charges, meaning he still has 22 months to serve in prison.
He also faces three years probation upon his release, and an eight-year driving prohibition to begin after his release.
Check Monday's edition of The Gulf News for full details on the sentencing.