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Honolulu prosecutor takes no further action in H-1 road rage case

  • <strong>“After carefully reviewing all of the evidence in this case, including witness statements, we determined that Gerald Waialae, the deceased, was the initial and unprovoked aggressor in the road rage incident. We further determined that we did not have enough evidence to disprove beyond a reasonable doubt that the suspect acted in self-defense.”</strong>
                                <strong>Steven Alm </strong>
                                <em>Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney</em>

    “After carefully reviewing all of the evidence in this case, including witness statements, we determined that Gerald Waialae, the deceased, was the initial and unprovoked aggressor in the road rage incident. We further determined that we did not have enough evidence to disprove beyond a reasonable doubt that the suspect acted in self-defense.”

    Steven Alm

    Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney

The Honolulu Department of the Prosecuting Attorney has declined to file criminal charges in a March road rage case on the H-1 Freeway that resulted in the death of a 50-year-old man. Read more

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