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Malicious Wounding Upheld for Traffic Accident (access required)

Although defendant says he did not have the specific intent to maim, disable or kill victims, or to damage property, when he drove his vehicle more than 40 to 70 mph over the speed limit in a populated area, the Court of Appeals affirms his convictions for malicious wounding of victims of the traffic accident ...

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