We had a case two years ago where one individual shot another. We actually found drugs and paraphernalia on this person. You've got a family that's asking for answers and you can't give it to them and they don't understand why you can't lock this person up for being under the influence.

Just imagine having your child killed in a hunting accident and somebody walks in and asks for a copy and next week your child's picture is on the Internet.

In the past a person could shoot somebody, and if the court didn't see fit to prosecute them for culpable negligence, they could go back out hunting.