People v. White
Significance, Double Execution, Unique Defense, The Blame Game
State of California
Daniel James White
That the murders committed by White were premeditated.
Chief Lawyer for Plaintiff
Thomas F. Norman
Chief Lawyers for Defendant
Douglas Schmidt, Stephen Scherr
Walter F. Calcagno
San Francisco, California
Date of Decision
21 May 1979
Guilty of voluntary manslaughter; sentenced to seven years and eight months in prison.
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