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After the hearing, Paradis said the sentence brought her "relief."
"I beg the court not to let my experience be in vain," she told Lewis.
Pappajohn stood and told Paradis he felt "atrocious for what I've done," apologized to her and her family, then to his own family.
Paradis, who helped choreograph a large rendition of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" dance during the 2009 Halloween parade, said she missed four weeks of work and was unable to dance, coach cheerleaders, or play dodge ball for a long time after the crash.
Pappajohn watched Nike Hats Caps dry eyed as Paradis read her statement, but began weeping later when his parents spoke on his behalf. Three rows of benches in the courtroom were filled with friends and family supporting Pappajohn and 34 letters of support were given to the court on his behalf.
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"Portsmouth is one of the most popular places in New Hampshire where young people like to go and older people like myself sometimes like to go," said Judge John Lewis. "We don't want to think we're going to get run over while we're doing our Christmas shopping, or any other shopping."
BRENTWOOD A Nashua man was sentenced to two to six years in the state prison for being drunk when he drove into a city woman in Market Square, pinning her between his and her cars and injuring both of her legs.
Paradis told the court about the three hour surgery that followed, the 36 staples used to close wounds in both of her legs, a metal rod implanted in one leg and four days spent in the hospital. What followed, she said, was time when she needed the help of family and friends for everything, she said, including using the bathroom.
sentence, a two year license loss, a $1,000 fine and $7,557 in restitution for uninsured medical costs. Pappajohn was also ordered to undergo drug and alcohol treatment, to have no contact with Paradis and to install an interlock device in his car for two years after his license is reinstated.
Victim Stacie Paradis told the court that on the night of the crash, she had finished her Christmas shopping and was meeting friends for dinner when she heard "a loud and hideous noise." Then she watched as a car drove toward and into her, was "crushed" by the impact and began "screaming for help," she said.
Christopher Pappajohn, 29, of 65 Kinsley St., was sentenced Monday in Rockingham County Superior Court for felony counts of reckless conduct and aggravated driving while intoxicated, both related to the Dec. 20, 2008, crash. The incident previously resulted in the firing and conviction of the last bartender to serve him, as well as an indictment and fine against Fat Belly's bar, where Pappajohn was served after he was already intoxicated.
for committing the crime of prohibited sales. A fine was imposed and the money was given to the city Police Department for drunken driving enforcement.
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Prosecutor Geoff Ward asked the court to impose a sentence of 2 to six years in the state prison, while Pappajohn's attorney, Stephen Jeffco asked for 12 months in the county jail, with half deferred.
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