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Police still investigating difficult case
On Friday the musician Jacques Rizek, who was driving a pick-up, was involved in an accident in New Orleans crashing at high speed in a Nissan Altima.
The driver and the passenger Altima died and two people who were in the back seat were hospitalized and their condition is serious.
When police arrived on the scene, the musician admitted that he was sitting in the back seat and claimed that there was driving the pick-up - with the house logo shows "Jazz Club" which has in NY - but another man he did not know say where he was. (o que este trecho quer dizer?)
On site there was only one witness who said he had seen Jacques possibly drunk driving the vehicle against U.S. Route 10 and just after the crash he jumped into the back seat to avoid any kind of punishment.
If this is proven, the musician will be charged with manslaughter and drunk driving, with a sentence of 5 to 15 years of detention.
Although the police are still investigating the case, the detention time is relatively short, as someone who drinks and drives certainly runs the risk of killing people in an accident. For me there is no difference from those who commit a felony.