Tag Archives: involuntary manslaughter

Judicial Negligence

January 21, 2010

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A Missouri Judge ruled today that it is not a crime to run over a motorcyclist three times. On May 16, 2008, a Friday, a Springfield biker named Dwight “DJ” Parker got an early start on his weekend and went for a ride. He was 44-years-old. He did not make it to 45 because he […]

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Stahlman Pleads To Lesser Charge

April 13, 2009

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Ronald Stahlman, the former patch holder with the American Outlaws Association who moved to Arizona after a man died in an Ohio street fight thirty years ago, pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter last Wednesday. Because Stahlman, 56, pled guilty to a crime that happened in 1979, he was sentenced under 1979 law. Judge Andrew D. […]

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