Road Rage Case: Theodore Edgecomb Found Guilty Of Reckless Homicide

Edgecomb guilty of first-degree reckless homicide
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MILWAUKEE - The jury in the Theodore Edgecomb trial on Wednesday, Jan. 26. reached a verdict, finding Edgecomb guilty of first-degree reckless homicide in the September 2020 death of Jason Cleereman, a Milwaukee attorney.

It's a lesser included offense to Count 1 of the information – first-degree intentional homicide. The jury answered "yes" to the question of whether the crime was committed with the use of a dangerous weapon.

Edgecomb's reckless homicide conviction does not carry a mandatory life sentence. However, it could still put him behind bars for up to 60 years. Read more.

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