Anthony Saccone Will Be Sentenced Today (Maybe)

Syracuse, N.Y. - Anthony Saccone is expected to be sentenced today.  

Saccone has admitted that he was drunk and high when he was behind the wheel during a February crash in the Town of Onondaga that left three people dead.  

Saccone is facing up to 30 years behind bars.  He was supposed to be sentenced earlier this month, but it was delayed after Saccone's lawyer was hospitalized.

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