Vehicular Homicide case moved to November as attorneys struggle to agree on plea

Unclear if case will go to trial at this time
Posted at 9:50 PM, Oct 27, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-27 23:33:24-04

The future of a Green Bay man charged with homicide will have to wait until November.

In July 2015, 52-year-old John Convery crashed his truck into two pedestrians near Georgia Pacific, killing 56-year-old Brian Delebreau. The accident also seriously injured 47-year-old Paul Price.
In court Thursday, Convery's attorney says they're still struggling to work out an issue with the D.A. regarding a potential plea.
At this time attorneys say it's unclear if they'll reach a plea or go to trial. However, if a plea is reached on November 21st, the judge says sentencing would come at another date.
Convery is facing multiple charges, including Homicide by Intoxicated Use of a Vehicle, and Possession of a Controlled Substance. Court records show that police discovered Diazapram in Convery's car at the time of the accident.
The criminal complaint goes on to say lab tests found traces of the drug, known to cause disorientation, in his system.