BREAKING: Jury Finds Joshua Gaspar Not Guilty of Homicide, Impaired Driving in Car Crash Death of Trooper

lawnewz.com | 8/10/2017 | Ronn Blitzer
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The jury has returned a verdict in the trial of Joshua Gaspar, finding him not guilty of aggravated vehicular homicide and driving while under the influence in the death of Ohio State Trooper Kenneth Velez. Gaspar was driving along the highway on September 15, 2016, when he swerved into the shoulder to avoid a car in front of him, accidentally striking and killing Velez, who was standing on the side of the road conducting a traffic stop.

Gaspar was accused of driving under the influence because he had taken methadone treatment 14 minutes before the crash. He and his doctor claimed that the substance would not have impaired his ability to drive, but officers who responded to the scene of the crash testified that he showed...
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