No, he died in a car accident in 1998
Jenifer Strait, George Strait's 13-year-old daughter, died in an automobile accident on June 25, 1986. She was riding in a car with her friends when the driver lost control of the car, and the car rolled over. Jenifer's window was open and she did not have a seatbelt.
Yes, you are generally covered if you are caught speeding in any car as long as your driver's license is valid, your insurance is up to date, and you were not intoxicated. Your insurance covers you as a driver.
Her name was Jennifer Lynn. She died in a car accident when she was 13. The driver took a turn to fast and the car flipped. She was not wearing a seatbelt and got ejected from the car. The song "Baby Blue" is RUMORED to be about Jennifer. Below you will find a webpage for the memorial foundation the family set up in honor of their child. http://straitfever.homestead.com/RememberingJenifer.html
If a person is convicted of driving while intoxicated, they will face a fine, community service or possibly jail time. If another person is killed during a DWI accident, the intoxicated driver may face a manslaughter charge.
A 13 year old got hit by a car. Police say the driver confessed to drinking, but was not intoxicated.
Some states have it so that if someone drinks under age - even if there no where near a car - that they lose their driver's license until they are 21. Period.
No. The supervising driver must be in a condition where they themselves could legally operate the vehicle.
It depends on the reaction time of the driver. This could be affected by his reaction speed or whether he is intoxicated. In any case the faster he is travelling the longer the thinking distance will be.
It depends on whether the driver was intoxicated. If that is the case the charge is DUI manslaughter. If not and it's a true accident, the driver could be charged with homicide by culpable negligance, or careless driving if it's his fault the accident occurred.
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No, you would have to be in the car while intoxicated and operating it.