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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Driver Courtney Stewart In Adenhart Crash Also Drunk

The OC Weekly has published the toxicology report from the Sheriff-Coroner's office for Courtney Stewart in the Nick Adenhart fatal crash. (She was driving the car that had Adenhart in it.) It appears that 20-year-old Stewart had a blood alcohol level of .016, twice the legal limit for an adult of legal drinking age and 16 times the legal limit for an underage driver.
Randall Longwith, Gallo's attorney, confirmed that he received a copy of the toxicological report yesterday in discovery materials provided by the DA's office, which has an obligation to share potentially exculpatory information with the defense. "Ultimately, we are talking about a murder allegation here based on, in essence, a traffic violation," he said. "We have two people, both are intoxicated, and we are having a murder trial over a traffic infraction with tragic consequences."
Gallo had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit.

Via HH.



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