Driver to face trial in Ware's death
Original post made on Jan 10, 2013
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on Jan 10, 2013 at 6:40 pm
"Pumar's defense lawyer, Dennis Smith, argued that the Mountain View resident had not been negligent in the June 21 accident"
"...Pumar was traveling somewhere between 46 mph and 62 mph when he struck Ware..."
Sigh. Only a defense lawyer would argue that speeding through residential areas at 11 to 27 miles over the posted speed limit is not being negligent. Their work should be held to a higher standard.
on Jan 11, 2013 at 11:21 am
Why are lawyers considered to be professionals? Lawyers are merely word Technicians who manipulate words to make money. We all know the Law is blind to Justice, but why is that so? Pumar's frantic speeding, based on scientific analysis, was so negligent as to show he had no respect for others nor did he have any sense of responsibility. He needs to pay money to Ware's family and spend a lot of time in prison.
on Jan 11, 2013 at 11:57 am
According to the initial reports here, Pumar got out of the car after the accident clutching his cell phone. How long had it been in his hand? Is that the first thing you grab after totalling your car, or was he on the phone while ripping down California Street at nearly twice the posted speed limit?