Former UNC student Chandler Kania, of Asheboro, left, follows his father Michael Kania as they exit Orange County Superior Court in Hillsborough on Aug. 16, 2016. Kania is serving 16 years in prison for a DWI crash in July 2015 that killed three people and injured a fourth.
Former UNC student Chandler Kania, of Asheboro, left, follows his father Michael Kania as they exit Orange County Superior Court in Hillsborough on Aug. 16, 2016. Kania is serving 16 years in prison for a DWI crash in July 2015 that killed three people and injured a fourth. Staff photo Staff photo
Former UNC student Chandler Kania, of Asheboro, left, follows his father Michael Kania as they exit Orange County Superior Court in Hillsborough on Aug. 16, 2016. Kania is serving 16 years in prison for a DWI crash in July 2015 that killed three people and injured a fourth. Staff photo Staff photo

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