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Attorney: Prosecution to seek 14-year sentence in fatal crash
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MONROE - Trevor McGuire's defense attorney said Tuesday that prosecution will ask the judge to sentence McGuire to 14 years imprisonment for causing the death of a 10-year-old Stoughton boy. Defense and prosecution met Tuesday in Green County Circuit Court to discuss a pre-sentencing investigation recommending a sentence for McGuire, who was found guilty in October of killing Michael Iverson in a drunken driving crash. McGuire, 22, formerly of Albany, was found guilty due to a no-contest plea on Oct. 9 of one Class D felony count of first-degree homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle and one Class F felony count of injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle.