State v. Metcalf

posted by Robert Rehkemper on Tuesday, May 20, 2014

State v. Metcalf – Defendant was charged with a Class B Felony, Boating While Intoxicated Resulting in Death and Four Counts of a Class D Felony, Voluntary Manslaughter.  The charges arose out of a quadruple fatality boating accident that occurred on the Mississippi near Burlington, Iowa.  All charges were dismissed by the State following the completion of discovery without the need for a jury trial.
  1. boating while intoxicated
  2. drunk driving
  3. results - criminal defense
  4. results - drunk driving
  5. vehicular homicide

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