The News & Record reports here about the recently-enacted North Carolina crime of "felony death by vehicle," which applies when a driver is impaired according to the statutory definition and unintentionally causes the death of another person.
The article suggests that this law may be used to punish news anchor Tolly Carr, who was charged with DWI on March 11 after striking and killing pedestrian Casey Ryan Bokhoven.
The offense carries a punishment of 31 to 47 months.
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