Hall had already crashed into several vehicles, killing one woman, when deputies began chasing him.
He narrowly missed hitting a deputy, then slammed into a car containing four young people. A 16-year-old boy in the car died. Seconds later, the motor home flipped over and Hall was taken into custody.
At trial, the defense raised questions about Hall's mental state. The judge said Hall's mental state was affected only because he had been drinking.
The jury found Hall to be sane at the time of the crimes.
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