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Foxborough man gets 5 years on OUI conviction

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A Foxborough man has been sentenced to five years in prison for what prosecutors said was his 15th drunken driving conviction. But a lawyer for Kenneth Norman, 65, said in court Wednesday that his client has a heart condition and that the five-year sentence is as good as a death sentence. He pointed out that Norman had never hurt anyone. Norman was found guilty this week of drunken driving, driving after suspension of license, and driving negligently.

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