Originally Posted by Toyotacrawler
[The Ontario County District Attorney's office took the evidence in Stewart's case to a grand jury, which found there was no basis for criminal charges, D.A. Michael Tantillo announced Wednesday.
Tantillo said toxicology reports revealed that Ward was under the influence of marijuana at a high enough level to impair judgment.]
Hmmmm. Is this new? I quit following the story.
Wow! Didn't see that in any of the news stories until now. Talk about the wrong place, wrong time, and wrong drug. If this is correct, Ward was totally irresponsible with his life and the lives others.
I wonder if the grand jury was held to see if there were also any charges that Ward may have faced. I know charging a dead man is pointless, but mitigating circumstances are always considered. "At fault" is often a matter of percentages than an actual clear cut decision.