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Jury Can’t Decide Reckless Vs. Improper Driving (access required)

The combined evidence of defendant’s speed of 10 or 15 miles over the limit, on a rainy night with limited visibility, his aggressive driving and failure to control his truck, causing an accident in which a passenger of the other vehicle died, supported defendant’s conviction of reckless driving; the Court of Appeals also upholds the ...

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