Deborah King Declared Fit To Be Tried

25 to life should about do it.
Deborah King

After reviewing results of a third psychological evaluation of Deborah King, 51, a judge ruled Friday that she is competent to stand trial on charges of murder and vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated in the death of Joel Woods.

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Deborah King Declared Fit To Be Tried

2 thoughts on “Deborah King Declared Fit To Be Tried

  1. You say 25 to life should about do it…

    I say life to death should just about do it. This wasn’t once, this wasn’t twice… this was not even three this was six times this woman has been busted for intoxication. And for this she has destroyed a wonderful family.

  2. I just read recently that a dui woman killed another driver in a wreck. She got FIVE YEARS. No excuse for that.

    Moments before she was sentenced to serve five years in prison for causing the death of Adam Lee Haney Jr. in a drunken driving accident, Rosario Arreola Lopez heard from Haney’s mother, widow and a friend who was injured the night of the crash.
    Each spoke early Wednesday at the Salinas Courthouse about the impact Lopez’s actions Feb. 16 have had on their lives. Haney’s 4-year-old son, Adam III, was among relatives and friends who were in the courtroom for the sentencing.

    Superior Court Judge Adrienne Grover scheduled Lopez to return to court Dec. 3 for a hearing at which she could be ordered to pay up to $10,000 restitution to Haney’s family and Hugo Calderon, the 25-year-old passenger who was injured when Lopez’s Toyota Tundra slammed into Haney’s truck at close to 100 mph.

    The accident, which pushed Haney’s truck nearly 600 feet and threw him from the vehicle, happened at about 12:25 a.m. on Highway 101 near Ralph Lane in Prunedale.

    Nobody will ever get the death penalty for a felony DUI, but 25 to life is a good start. Then go for damages. Her, her insurance, her family that let her drive, etc. Clean them out.

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