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Alabama Court Rules Texting & Driving as Cause of Manslaughter
Alabama Court Rules Texting & Driving as Cause of Manslaughter

According to an article covering the event, in 2014, Jonathan Raynes looked away from a stretch of road in Alabama for an instant, looked up to see a stopped car in the street, and swerved left into oncoming traffic, causing a head-on collision that took the life of Miranda ...

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