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

April 26th, 2013 Uncategorized

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.

 

 

Daggett Shuler Attorneys at Law handled our case with such detail. Both Doug and Amy were always available to answer any questions that my husband and I had. During our case, they often checked on us to ensure that we were okay and were not in need of anything. We appreciate Daggett Shuler for fighting for us and helping us to regain our lives.

Carletta McCoy