Regular readers of this column will remember the story Martin J. Erzinger, the Denver-area wealth fund manager who struck – and nearly killed – a cyclist alongside the road in Edwards, Colorado, near Vail in July of last year.
The Explainer follows up on a few continuing stories and answers a few questions from the inbox.
Q.Dear Explainer, Despite disagreeing on your final conclusion, your coverage of the hit-and-run case in Colorado has been thorough and I appreciate that. The whole mess reminded me that VeloNews has had some other stories over the past couple of years and I was wondering about the status of some of those. Whatever happened to […]
The Explainer reflects on this week's hearing in Colorado in which a court accepted a plea deal for a wealthy defendant and explains why he won't be calling for a boycott of an entire community based on the actions of one public official.
Leaving the scene of an accident involving serious bodily injury is good for an orange jumpsuit in anybody’s jurisdiction, yeah? Well, that depends. ...
EAGLE, Colo. (VN) — Martin Erzinger was sentenced to a year’s probation and a suspended jail term on Thursday after a Colorado judge accepted a controversial plea bargain in the case of a cyclist who was the victim of a hit-and-run last July. Erzinger, a Denver-area wealth manager, originally had been charged with a felony […]
Eagle County District Attorney Mark Hurlbert has filed a motion asking a Colorado judge to bar the cyclist victim in a hit-and-run from testifying at a Thursday hearing to review a controversial plea bargain in the case.
An update on the Vail hit-and-run case ... and a look at the defendant's second failure to report.
The Explainer weighs in on the case of the distracted investment banker.