After serving time for the hit-and-run accident that killed Alix Rice, Dr. James Corasanti is making it clear he plans to continue practice medicine.
Judge Sheila DiTullio laid down the law as she sent Dr. James Corasanti to jail for the crash that killed Amherst teen Alix Rice last year.
With Dr. Corasanti’s sentencing behind them, many of those who loved Alix Rice are making sure her memory is never forgotten.
Just hours after Dr. James Corasanti learned his sentence, friends and family gathered at the very site where Alix Rice lost her life more than one year ago.
After Dr. James Corasanti began serving his year behind bars for misdemeanor DWI, friends and family of Alix Rice held a vigil on Heim Road in Getzville.
After Dr. James Corasanti learned his fate, friends and family of 18-year-old Alix Rice gathered in her honor where she was hit and killed in Getzville.
On Thursday, Judge Shelia DiTullio sentenced Amherst Dr. James Corasanti to one year in jail. A jury acquittedCorasanti of the most serious charges he faced, …
Letters written to the judge in an effort to help Dr. James Corasanti avoid jail time for a misdemeanor DWI didn't stop her from imposing the maximum sentence.