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BUFFALO, N.Y- A man who served as a juror in the trial of Dr. James Corasanti case was sentenced to thirty days in prison for driving while intoxicated.

John Jankowiak, 38, pleaded guilty to DWI in November.

Jankowiak was arrested for DWI in Orchard Park last October after leaving a bar where he had been "celebrating" his acquittal for an earlier DWI charge.

"In my experience I've never seen a sentence this harsh," said Jankowiak's attorney Michael Santa-Maria, "there's no accident involved, no one was hurt, he was cooperative officers as far as they said. In that particular situation I've never seen someone get 30 days, especially in light of the fact he already got 15 days from the city court."

Jankowiak was also sentenced to three years of monitored probation.

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