Monday, October 26, 2015

Adacia Chambers Impaired Driving Costs Lives? ~by Legal Pub

Adacia  Chambers, 25-year-old, is accused of  killing four people at the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade. Adacia crashed her car into spectators with such force that bodies literally flew into the air.  She was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and is potentially facing four counts of second-degree murder.

Second-degree murder charges are warranted when an act that's "imminently dangerous to another person" is done without premeditation. Each count is subject to potentially 10 years in prison.   Besides the fatalities, seventeen others were hospitalized. Five are in critical condition.  Chambers' attorney, Tony Coleman, believes she is mentally ill.   

Chambers will appear Monday in Payne County District Court. 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

she has to be sick...