We have been following the case of Shaun Campbell, 40, who has been allowed to rack up at least a dozen drunk driving convictions and 78 suspended license violations. Campbell’s day of judgment appeared to have come this week, but was suddenly delayed by . . . . you guessed it . . . a couple more outstanding DWI offenses in a different county.
Campbell was arrested after plowing into a pickup truck while drunk, endangering Harold A. Bivins Jr., 48, and his 4-year-old daughter, Hannah Bivins.
He is now looking at a couple years in jail after pleading guilty yet again to drunk driving.
After the last accident, police found an outstanding warrant for fleeing an accident in 2007. Campbell began his long career as a DWI recidivist in 1987 when he was first convicted at the ripe old age of 17.
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One thought on “Sentencing of New Jersey Man with 12 DWI Convictions and 78 License Suspensions — Due to Two More DWI Charges in a Different County”
What can be said about this other than he who suffers a fool is also a fool.
I think he needs help and jail is not going to give him the help he needs.
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