All over the planet, a traffic crash is called an accident. It doesn’t matter if it is a vehicle hitting a tree without causing any injury, or a person getting injured, or worse case, someone dying in a crash; all of these collisions are routinely called accidents. However, with 94% of traffic crashes caused by human error,[1] the vast majority of crashes are never really “accidents.”
Judge Herrington ruled that while he believed Richard Krohn was reasonably afraid of an assault, he did not believe it was the defendant’s intent to harm or assault Richard Krohn. The court recognized the lower standard of probable cause, but found insufficient evidence that the defendant intended to assault Richard Krohn, that it was the Defendant’s intent to stop the tractor from being taken
With the weather change, it is important to consider some useful tips for driving safely during this time of the year. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and AAA have put together a number of suggestions for safe winter driving.
Despite the attacks made against Prosecutor Rutkowski, he will continue to speak out about injustice, hold himself and his staff to the highest ethical standards, and do the work that he was elected to do: to represent the people of this county and the state of Michigan in a court of law and to enforce the laws of the state of Michigan equally.