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May 26, 2005 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-05-26

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domly. But Judy's car was not even
moving, and everyone was wearing
seatbelts. In this case, there is no other
shoe."
According to Farmington Hills
police, Wellinger's blood alcohol level
was measured at 0.43 following the
accident, which is more than five
times the legal limit of 0.08 for driv-
ing while intoxicated.
"A level of 0.43 means he had con-
sumed about 22 drinks," LaKritz spec-
ulates. "People with a level above 0.40
are usually dead. It's inconceivable
that he wouldn't have shown visible
signs of intoxication that day."
LaKritz has retained Bill Judge, a
national expert on workplace liability,
to assist him in the event of a civil
lawsuit.
He plans to work closely on this
case with his daughter and associate,
Dana LaKritz Marcus, who is married
to Scott Marcus, lives in Birmingham
and has a background in business liti-
gation.
"It is an honor to be working so
closely with my father on a case like
this — one that touches so close to
my heart and to our family," said
Marcus.
His other daughter, Karen, is a fash-
ion designer and aspiring actress in
Los Angeles, while his son, Robb, is
an attorney and construction business
owner in Washington, DC.
LaKritz and wife, Cheryl, a for-
mer teacher who now serves as a
consultant to the Bloomfield Hills
School District, live in West
Bloomfield and are active mem-
bers of Temple Israel.

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