Former American basketball player Mookie Blaylock could face long-term imprisonment if he is convicted of charges regarding his involvement in a fatal accident last year, ajc.com stated on April 30.
The 47-year-old former forward of Atlanta Hawks was indicted by a grand jury in Clayton County for his participation in the head-on collision that occurred on May 31, 2013, killing Monica Murphy and injuring her husband. Blaylock was charged with vehicular manslaughter in the first degree, serious injury using a vehicle, and reckless driving. According to district attorney Deah Warren, prosecutors argued that Blaylock, who was undergoing seizure treatment, was ordered not to drive a vehicle beforehand.
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