The Prosecution would like to review Exhibit 1 again. within this Exhibit you can see that Mr. Walker's vehicle is lane splitting, speeding and attempted to overtaking Mr. Nikolaou's. This constitutes Felony Public Endangerment. In the case The People V. Huw Edwards Justin Ross determined that Felony Public Endangerment required an acute risk such as the defendant driving dangerously around other vehicles. Dale Walker's actions qualify as Felony Public Endangerment utilising this precedents.
Furthermore the Prosecution doesn't see a statement from Mr. Nikolaou being feasible because Mr. Nikolaou's rights against self incrimination. Why would Mr. Nikolaou plead guilty to premeditated Felony Street Competition..? Because thats what happened."
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