Judge: Drunk driver responsible for 2011 crash denied a new trial
BATON ROUGE- David Leger, convicted of five counts of vehicular homicide for a car crash in 2011 was denied a new trial Tuesday afternoon by Judge Moore.
Sentencing is set for May 12.
Leger and Kelsye Hall were in separate cars in a road-rage fueled game of cat and mouse then they caused a crash that killed five people, including three children.
Leger was drunk at the time of the crash.
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