Sorry to bring this up; the wounds are still healing for many here but I'd like to share an update. Following pencil-skirt's death in 2011, Maxime Morin-Leblanc was charged with impaired driving, criminal negligence, and refusal to provide a breath sample, and was convicted this morning. His sentencing will be scheduled on Friday.
Condolences to all here who were and are her friends.
OTTAWA — Alexandra Dodger was driven by the cause of social justice, but it was justice for her and her family that drove a jury to deliver a guilty verdict on Saturday to the man accused of drunk driving in connection with her tragic death.
Maxime Morin Leblanc, 28, was charged with criminal negligence causing death, impaired driving and refusing to provide a breath sample at the police station following the October 2011 crash in Lowertown that killed Dodger. The 27-year-old was crossing St. Patrick Street at around 3:30 a.m. when she was struck by a black Honda travelling in the wrong direction on a one-way stretch of road.