Jury Deadlocks in Distracted Driving Trial

Jury Deadlocks in Distracted Driving Trial

A woman accused of killing a 23-year-old while texting and driving on the 405 Freeway may get a new trial. Police say 29-year-old Jorene Nicolas was distracted while she was driving—so much so that she didn’t realize the car in front of her had stopped, and plowed into it going 80 miles per hour. Investigators

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