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Victim’s DNAR Order Does Not Break Causation

I blogged about the Eddie Cortez Smith case when it was before the intermediate appellate court in Minnesota last Fall.  That court rejected a drunken driver’s claim that he was not responsible for the death of a 93-year-old woman killed in a 2010 crash because her “do-not-resuscitate” order kept her from potentially life-saving medical care.  

Last week, the Minnesota Supreme Court affirmed.  

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