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New Jersey / Drinking & Driving / Law / Powell Trial #707506

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 07, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Salem, New Jersey: Bob Franken) The New Jersey legal case in which Kenneth Powell†† is on trial for criminal charges for allowing Michael Pangle†† to drive drunk examined; police videotape shown. [Salem County, New Jersey, superior court Judge William FORRESTER†- asks the jury to reach a unanimous decision.] [Victim Navy Ensign John Elliott††'s father William ELLIOTT†- comments on the impending verdict.] New Jersey's drunk driving law detailed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown)*

(Jeffrey Toobin) The need for "intent" & an "act" for there to be a crime & this drunk driving case discussed.

Brown, Aaron;
Franken, Bob

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