Verdict just, but penalty too lenient
M. Lee Scheer writes: The correct verdict was reached in the landmark vehicular homicide trial of Aaron Deveau, the driver who was texting while driving. Guilty he is. The result of his selfish, self-centered activity resulted in the death of an innocent man with a family. This driver should definitely pay for the consequences of his act. However, I thought the sentence was far too lenient. Was the life of the victim worth only one year in jail of the life of the person who took it?