Neenah Man Asks For New Trial

The boating accident back in August of 2018 took the lives of two sisters. The driver of the boat who is accused of killing the two girls is now asking for a new trial. Brian Sullivan was operating the boat that collided with another boat, killing sisters Lauren and Cassie Laabs. The 46-year old Sullivan was found guilty of two counts each of homicide by use of a vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration and homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. Sullivan claims he will not receive a fair sentence, now that the judge who presided over the trial has recused himself from the case. Sullivan is facing up to fifty years in prison, and was due back in court December 9 for sentencing.