If you are Type 1 and suffer a low blood sugar while driving? http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2...ary-in-car-crashes-to-take-medical-leave?lite I find this case very interesting and wonder if they are going to charge him for causing two accidents and fleeing the scene of the crime all due to a medical reason. Sure, maybe he didn't know he had a medical reason, but still, will our kids know they are suddenly dropping low while driving? Isn't part of being low having impaired processing skills? Yet, in these cases, http://diabetesnewshound.com/type1/solomon/ and http://diabetesnewshound.com/type1/yraceburn/ - the drivers were still charged with manslaughter, one where the DA said - "Diabetes is not on trial, the way he handled diabetes is" and hypoglycemic unawareness was not taken into consideration. The DA also says that "Mr. Campos has chosen in managing his diabetes was one of willful negligence by managing it by a lot of different ways than by with insulin and a lot of the other things doctors had told him." and compares the driver to a drunk driver. (I just randomly pulled this case because the driver was known to hypoglycemic unawareness and there was an interview with the DA - which I found interesting. There are any # of cases similar to this) I am curious how this case will play out since he is part of the presidential board and what impact it may have on cases of Type 1 accidents.