When Xiomara Bruder watched Michael Knybel get sentenced to prison in 2009 for killing her husband in a drunken-driving crash, she was assured the 39-year-old Stafford man would never be able to drive again.
It was New Year's Day 2007 when Knybel, then 39, drove his pickup truck head-on into the SUV Darren Fegan, 32 and a father of five, was driving along Route 32 in Mansfield. Fegan died at a hospital.
Knybel, who was drunk and high on cocaine, already had accumulated three drunken-driving convictions and his license was revoked.
After the fatal crash in 2007, Knybel was sentenced to eight years in prison. He pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter with a motor...