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This is the first of two related editorials.

The case of the traffic accident in which a 13-year-old girl was struck and killed by an off-duty Cabell County sheriff’s deputy likely isn’t over, despite a prosecutor’s recommendation last week that the deputy not be charged with any criminal offense or even receive a traffic citation. The matter could well end up in a civil lawsuit, and the court of public opinion must be considered.

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