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Traffic Offenses – Felony Homicide – Involuntary Manslaughter – Hit-And-Run (access required)

A drunken driver who left the scene of her first traffic accident and promptly struck a pedestrian, causing his death, before again fleeing the scene, can be convicted and sentenced for both aggravated involuntary manslaughter and felony homicide without violating double jeopardy protections, the Court of Appeals holds. Applying Blockburger v. U.S., 284 U.S. 299 (1932), ...

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