Hunting Accident: Charges Against New York Man Dismissed

Hunting Accident: Charges Against New York Man Dismissed

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It seemed like a hard and fast case: hunter shoots neighbor while hunting after hours. Neighbor dies. Hunter is convicted. Or is he? Not in the case of a New York deer hunter who shot and killed his neighbor last November after legal hunting hours had ended, thinking she was a deer. Last month, a Chautauqua County judge dismissed the second-degree manslaughter charge against Thomas Jadlowski, the hunter involved in the fatal shooting.

A New York judge dismissed the manslaughter charges against Thomas Jadlowski due to an error made by the prosecuting district attorney. (Photo courtesy gettyimages.com)

In November 2017, Jadlowski called 911 after accidentally shooting his…



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