- Sunday morning: D were noticed stealing tires (burglary), police were dispatched, and D drove away.
- Chase ensued, D ran red light, struck another automobile, killing the driver. D was arrested.
- The chase was 7 miles (11.2654 km.) in distance, took 10-12 minutes.
-This eliminates the burden of the prosecution to show/establish malice.
-D has to know conduct is dangerous to life. (Conscious conduct).
Merger Doctrine: must be an inherently dangerous felony.
Class: Criminal Law.
Subjects: Felony Murder Rule.