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Uber shooting

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An appeals court in New Mexico ruled an Uber driver who fatally shot a passenger should be charged with second-degree murder in addition to voluntary manslaughter. The case arises from an argument over a clean-up fee after the passenger vomited in the driver’s car.

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Categories / Appeals, Briefs, Criminal

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