I think for him though it would be the end since it was not elective and he had physical damage to his heart that forced him to get a stent, but who knows how much of what he has put online is true.
Actually it shows he plead not guilty originally which is standard procedure in a criminal case. It shows on 2/14 he changed his plea from NG to NC or not guilty to no contest. His fines included one for vehicular manslaughter as well as a traffic ticket which I believe was the failure to yield ticket. In one of his other posts he claims that the Qualcomm showed he sat at the red light for 3 minutes, awfully long red light, to try to say the other guy was at fault, he then said the courts don't allow the information to be used because it is a system the companies use. An insurance adjuster told him that the defense would use the Qualcomm info and it is an important part of their defense, Ron didn't bother replying of course even though he continued to answer other questions.Paul thanks for additional information it has me asking more questions. You claimed he plead guilty to a lesser charge, but in the docket you provided he plead not guilty on 2/14/2006.
Fort Wayne says he IS guilty and should pay the price. Well I still don't know what caused the accident, the photos have me asking, what really happened? But, he was found guilty by the court and received his two year suspension. Shouldn't his license be reinstated after he took his punishment?
My last question is for Ron. Did you complete everything the court ordered you to do?
2 years probation
80 hours community service and
10 driving court sessions
IF Ron complied with the court and completed his punishment THEN the State of Ohio has no right to deny him a license.