Judge David L. Dickinson is tough on crime unless you come from an affluent family. Because like all things that involve “privilege” if your family is wealthy, you deserve a second chance.
Which is exactly what happened with Adam Robert Joseph Di Millo. He was arrested back in 2014 after his pickup truck hit a pole and ejecting and killing one of his young passengers. Adam Robert Joseph Di Millo’s decision to get behind the wheel drunk, killed Paul Castell Jr., who was only 17, he died at the scene. Not only did Judge David L. Dickinson give this entitled little prick the option of going to rehab before going to jail, which makes no sense. If they will sentence you to prison.
And as the old ladies say, this wasn’t Adam Di Millo’s first rodeo, the teen was already on probation for underage drinking that involved two incidents. Police also took him home when found stumbling around outside of his school. If Forsyth County would have arrested this entitled little prick, who violated his probation by drinking underage, Paul Castell Jr. would still be alive today.
DiMillo, 17 at the time of the crash will only serve 5 years, 2 years above the minimum. He also has to pay a $3,230 fine, complete 200 hours of community service and pay $10,848 in restitution to the family of Castell to assist with funeral costs. He will be back on the road and behind the wheel in no time.
Sep 22, 1996 – Jun 1, 2014