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News Stories of Week
Oakland fire: How civil and criminal cases might play out
A complaint about wires sparking had been lodged to no avail. A smoke detector required by code was not in place. The fire spread rapidly, trapping the victims. The blaze occurred in 1997 and killed four young children and a grandmother. A San Francisco public housing agency that owned the building was held primarily accountable. A jury awarded family members $15 million — $3 million for each of the dead.
Driver Exonerated in Deadly Faulty Brakes Crash
A man once charged with vehicular manslaughter after crashing his Infiniti into a minivan carrying a mother and her two young children has been exonerated after it was revealed that his car's brakes were defective. "The nightmare is over," Solomon Methenge said. Two families' lives were changed forever Aug. 29, 2012, in the horrible crash that left a mother and her 4-year-old and 6-year-old children dead. Methenge said he had been living his nightmare since.
Ask The Expert with featured guest
Alex Ferrer who is a retired police officer, lawyer, Florida Judge and former host of “Judge Alex” a nationally syndicated TV show.