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  • Girlfriend suicide texting case sets wrong precedent, legal experts say

    USA Today - 08/03/2017

    When Carter was convicted in June, legal experts expressed concern that the case could set a new legal precedent in which words, and not just actions, are deemed to cause death. It was the conviction and not the sentencing that caused that concern for Daniel Medwed, professor of law and criminal justice at the Northeastern University School of Law.

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