Comment 67057

By -Hammer- (registered) | Posted July 28, 2011 at 14:43:17 in reply to Comment 67052

Georgia State Law defines Vehicular Homicide as "the unlawful killing of another person using a vehicle". I assume so that the law can be interpreted as "If you push someone into oncoming traffic, you can be charged easier". In this case instead of a push, it's being negligent to children under your care." so the prosecution certainly can draw these charges. Should they have? My response would be a resounding no.

Comment edited by -Hammer- on 2011-07-28 14:44:13

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