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Ronald Fischer Jr., right, walks to the courtroom with his attorney, Tim Whalen, Thursday at the Charles Mix County Courthouse in Lake Andes. Fischer, 29, is accused of vehicular homicide, manslaughter and drunken driving. (Luke Hagen/The Daily Republic)

Lawyer claims driving drunk legal after Legislature changed laws

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LAKE ANDES — A Lake Andes defense attorney argued Thursday that a client accused of killing two pedestrians while driving drunk cannot be charged with driving under the influence or vehicular homicide.

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