reply to post by tw0330
....How can you hit someone while drunk, knowing it or not, and not be found guilty???? Of course he didn't know, he was !@%$ drunk!!
I'd love to know what those jurors were thinking..
If you kill someone, purposefully or not, knowingly or not, you should be punished accordingly. The girl, 16 or not, deserves jail. So does the
doctor (who deserves much more jailtime, he should be charged with murder)
From the girls case:
The victim's son said his niece, the 10-year-old girl injured in the crash, is recovering and doing well. He suggests having
Gannon travel around to high schools in the metro area and talk to kids about the dangers of texting and driving. He believes that's a good way to
hold her accountable and spread awareness among young drivers - something he said is most important. Instead, the teen could face up to four years in
state prison if convicted of the involuntary manslaughter charge.
That guy has a really good attitude, it's not easy to be so forgiving. Still a max of 4 years is NOT that bad for killing someone? She probably
won't do much time though.
edit on 6/8/2012 by Rockpuck because: (no reason given)