Brauchler Not Happy With Fatal DUI Re-Sentencing

Eighteenth Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler is not pleased over the re-sentencing of a man in a 2012 fatal DUI crash.  Daniel Swecker was given 180 days in jail and probation yesterday.  He was initially given six years in prison for hitting and killing an Afghanistan war veteran in Castle Rock.  Swecker requested re-sentencing after exhausting all of his appeals.  Brauchler says he knows it wasn't an easy decision by the court, but it leaves him frustrated.  The judge said Swecker had worked to better himself and the community while remaining sober while spending six years free on bond.

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