Man convicted of 14 DUI's has sentencing delayed
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - A Boise man convicted of his 14th DUI had his sentencing delayed Wednesday.
Terry Ash, 55, was scheduled to be sentenced in Ada County Court, however, a judge ordered him to undergo a mental evaluation.
Ash has been convicted of more than a dozen driving under the influence charges in the last 32 years. The most recent charge stems from a crash last Labor Day weekend near Swan Falls Road. Prosecutors asked for a life sentence with a minimum sentence of 20 years in jail.
Ash's defense attorney's asked for and were granted a mental evaluation. They say Ash has a history of psychological problems.
He's scheduled to be back in court for that evaluation in October.