A grand jury in New Mexico indicted Alec Baldwin on a charge of involuntary manslaughter, reviving the criminal case against him in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer on the set of the film “Rust” more than two years ago when a gun he was rehearsing with went off, according to The New York Times.
The indictment, which came exactly one year
after the first involuntary manslaughter case against him was
announced, was the latest reversal of fortune for Mr. Baldwin. The local
district attorney’s initial case fell apart and the initial charge against Mr. Baldwin was dismissed in April.
But a new prosecution team, Kari T. Morrissey and Jason J. Lewis, decided to
present the case to a grand jury, which indicted Mr. Baldwin on Friday.
In New Mexico, an involuntary manslaughter
conviction on a charge like the one Mr. Baldwin faces can carry up to 18 months
“We look forward to our day in court,” Mr. Baldwin’s
lawyers, Luke Nikas and Alex Spiro, said in a statement on Friday.
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