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Sentence upheld for woman who caused fatal Indiana auto accident while high on drugs

Dec 4, 2007 | Auto Accident, Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart


December 4, 2007

The Herald Bulletin reported that a court upheld a 20-year sentence for a woman who killed a man and injured her two-month-old son in an Indiana auto accident while she was high on drugs.

The Indiana car accident victim who perished was a former American Legion post commander, who passed away when the driver crashed head-on into his vehicle. A blood test showed five drugs present in her system, including cocaine, marijuana, and hydrocodone.

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