BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A man who served on the jury during a high-profile drinking and driving case is in court Tuesday, accused of drinking and driving. Thirty-seven-year-old John Jankowiak was one of the jurors who acquitted Dr. James Corasanti of all felony charges following the hit-and-run death of teenager Alix Rice. Then in April, Jankowiak was arrested after police say he was drunk and drove into a pole.
In May News 4 went to his home in South Buffalo where he said he wasn't allowed to comment on the case. He is facing several charges, including DWI and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.
Jankowiak is the second juror from the trial of Dr. Corasanti to be charged with DWI.
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