5 thoughts on “‘It Does Not Come Close’: Fines, Probation for New Canaan Woman Who Caused Near-Fatal Car Crash

  1. I want to thank the New Canaan’s Emergency Responders for saving my Grandson’s life. I am eternally grateful! God Bless all of you!

  2. I am saddend to see that my cousin cannot do any of the things he enjoyed most in his life not anything. What a slap on the hand and a slap in the face to the victims left disabled.All I can say is I am glad I left Conn such a greedy state where money talks and it’s always been that way and hasn’t changed yet. I have seen this same behaviour where folks sell drugs in S Norwalk go to jail for life sell it in westport and you get drug treatment . SMH Judixal Sysrem has always stunkl in the Richest state good old CT where if you have money you can buy anyone and anything!!! Sad and Praying for your State.

  3. This is such a tragedy. I hope the civil case brings more justice for Michael Bivona. In the meantime, please let us know if there is anything we can do to help him & his family. We’re praying for a full recovery.

  4. The verdict in this case is outrageous! Fines and probation for a woman, Carol Sung, who caused a horrendous accident leaving two victims, Darryl Shaw and Michael Bivona, with disabilities that they will live with forever. She has had subsequent, DUI charges, and is,essentially, giving “the finger” to the law. Her pathetic apologies are unacceptable. She should have been held acountable, to the fullest extent of the law, for nearly killing two people. This is a completely disgusting outcome!

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