as soon as they wake up?" said Huynh's attorney, Sven Wiberg.
Prosecutors said Nghia Huynh, 37, was driving drunk on the Everett Turnpike Feb. 21 when his car flipped into oncoming traffic just south of the Bedford tolls. Police said Huynh had five shots of brandy before picking up his son, Kobe, in Kittery, Maine.
Bail was set at $50,000. His attorney argued for a lower bail, but the judge denied the request, citing the severity of the crime and Huynh's driving record, Puma Ignite Dual Black
five brandy shots before he left, and he had smoked marijuana the day or two before the crash," Pelletier said.
Huynh remains in jail because he cannot afford bail. His attorney said that as a result, he missed his son's funeral.
Huynh's attorney said the prosecution's case is polluted because Huynh wasn't in the right state of mind when first interviewed by police.
NEW DETAILS ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED RIGHT BEFORE THE CRASH. ASK ACCORDING TO POLICE, HE HAD FIVE SHOTS OF BRANDY BEFORE PICKING UP HIS SON AND A BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVEL OF .145% COME IN NEARLY DOUBLE THE LEGAL LIMIT. REG SITTING IN A MERRIMACK COURTROOM MONDAY, HE STILL BEARS BRUISES FROM A CAR CRASH MORE THAN A WEEK AGO. A VISIBLE REMINDER TO THIS SCENE ON FEBRUARY 21. IT WAS JUST SOUTH OF THE BEDFORD TOLLS ON THE TURNPIKE. HE WAS COMING BACK FROM CATERING HIM A MAINE, WHERE HE JUST PICKED UP HIS 14 YEAR OLD SON. HE SAID HE FELT SLEEPY, LOST CONTROL OF THE CAR AND SLIPPED INTO ONCOMING TRAFFIC. HIS SON COBY WAS KILLED. HE JUST KEPT SAYING I CAN'T BELIEVE I KILLED MY SON, THIS WAS MY FAULT. THE TROOPER TESTIFIED A BLOOD SAMPLE LESS THAN AN HOUR AFTER THE CRASH SHOWED HIS ALCOHOL CONTENT WAS AT ONE POINT 45. HE SAID HE ADMITTED TO DRINKING AND AN OPEN BOTTLE OF OUR CALL WAS FOUND IN THE CAR. HE SAID HE HAD FIVE BRANDY SHOTS BEFORE HE LEFT AND HE HAD ALL SMOKE MARIJUANA A DAY OR TWO BEFORE THE CRASH. THE ATTORNEY SAID HE WAS NOT IN THE RIGHT STATE OF MIND WHEN HE WAS FIRST TAKEN BY THE POLICE. BAIL IS $50,000 CASH WITH DRINKING AND DRIVING RESTRICTIONS. THE JUDGE DENIED THE REQUEST FOR LOWER BAIL, CITING HIS OWN DRIVING RECORD WHICH HAS SIX SPEEDING VIOLATIONS FROM 2005 UP UNTIL THREE WEEKS BEFORE THE CRASH. IN EACH CASE, HE WAS Basket Heart Puma CLOCKED GOING 50 MILES PER HOUR ABOVE THE SPEED LIMIT.
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which has six speeding violations from 2005 to three weeks before the crash.
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Man had 5 shots of brandy before crash that killed son
"He said, 'I can't believe this. I killed my son. This is my fault,'" said Trooper Michael Pelletier. "Then I told him to stop, and I read him the Miranda warning."
Pelletier testified Monday that a blood sample taken by the hospital less than an hour after the crash showed Huynh's blood alcohol level was at 0.145 percent. He said Huynh admitted to drinking, and an open bottle of alcohol was found in the car.
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In each case, Huynh was clocked going 15 mph above the speed limit, according to court records.
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