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David Daggett Speaks with WFMY on Ex-Doctor Conviction In W-S Ballerina’s Death

On March 1, 2011, ex-doctor Raymond Cook was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter, felony death by motor vehicle and driving while impaired in September of 2009, which lead to the death of Elena Shapiro, a dancer for the Carolina Ballet. While Cook is serving up to four years in prison for the deadly DWI crash, the former doctor has been taking part in a work- and home-release program.

David Daggett spoke with WFMY CBS 2 earlier this week to explain how the ex-doctor is getting “out of jail” during the day for work-related reasons as well as getting 40 hours a month at home with his family.

Click here to watch the video of David explaining the separation between the court system and the corrections system.

 

 

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